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C++ For C# Developers: Part 23 – Compile-Time Programming

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The vast majority of the code we write executes at runtime. Today’s article is about the other kind of code, which runs during compilation. C# has very limited support for this. In C++, especially its newer versions, most of the language features are usable at compile-time. Read on to learn how to take advantage of this!

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If-Else is Really Expensive

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Sometimes a tiny amount of code costs a huge amount of performance. This is especially true of built-in language features, which many programmers assume to be extremely cheap if not free. Today we’ll look at if and see just how much performance it can cost your app. Read on to see!

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The Cost of If-Else

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The if-else keyword is not free. So, how expensive is it? Today’s article finds out.

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