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In a previous post, I wrote about the C++ unit-testing framework Catch2. Catch uses another library, called Clara, for parsing command line arguments. Clara is an open-source, single-header, simple, composable and easy to use parser written by the author of Catch2. In this post, I will show how you can use Clara in C++ to parse command line arguments.

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I have recently submitted a proposal for a new standard library for universally unique identifiers. The library is called uuid and the paper, P0959R0 – A Proposal for a Universally Unique Identifier Library, is available on Github. The design of the library is inspired by the Boost Uuid Library and the Crossuuid library. I got lots of great feedback that shaped the formed of the proposal from people on the ISO C++ Standard – Future Proposals forum.

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Four years ago I wrote a blog post that shown how to build a web server using the http_listener from the C++ REST SDK library as well as a client application that consumed the exposed resources. Over the years there have been various changes to the API from the library and some readers complained the…

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Today I wanted to rework an example that I wrote years ago. I was a client-server example using the C++ REST SDK. I haven’t worked with the library for a while, so I needed to install the latest version first. If you go to the C++ REST SDK project page it says you need to…

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This project has been moved to GitHub. New location: https://github.com/mariusbancila/cppconlib Many years ago I published on my blog a helper class for working with the Windows console that was wrapping the Windows console API. Looking back at it I realized it was a pretty naive implementation. So I decided to start a new and make…

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There are some new operators available in cpplinq: singleton, generate, pairwise and zip_with. singleton This operator create a range with a single element, specified as argument. Using the operator is straight forward.

generate This operator creates a range using a given predicate.

pairwise Generates a new range of pairs by grouping adjacent elements…

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