Inheritance Is Not Always Good
Watch Sean Parent’s “Inheritance is the Root of Evil” where Sean eloquently convinces the listener that inheritance can be avoided where possible. It’s also oddly satisfying to watch Sean Parent’s code snippets.
A modern callback
There are mulitutde of options to mess up the implementation, usually done by,
adding layers upon layers of abstraction disguised as
abstract classes with
virtual methods. You can do away with it.
std::variant to the rescue
Diverse unrelated classes/objects can be bunched together for a single purpose after which these objects are free to go on their own.
TODO: Needs expansion
Really these are selfishly put up as notes for myself. I will fill these out shortly.
std::variantas frequently as possible.
- Hide behind
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