Coroutines Evolution

co_awaiting coroutines

Have you been co_awaiting the next post about the coroutines? Well after some break from writing finally it’s here. So first of all, if you are reading this post, I assume you are already familiar with the introduction to the coroutines and description of the promise types, since this is just a continuation of a …

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Coroutines Evolution

Your first coroutine

Once you got familiar with the introduction to the coroutines, then I think it’s high time to actually implement your first co-routine object. This whole post is all about understanding how to implement co-routines and related objects (especially promise_type). Before we start the adventure, please ensure, that your compiler does support coroutines. (as of this …

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Coroutines Evolution

Coroutines introduction

And so it’s happened. After a long time of doubts, opposition, and preparation of this feature, WG21 agreed on how the coroutines should look like and it’s very likely that coroutines will come into C++ 20. Since it’s a big feature I think it’s good to start preparing and learning this now (remember there are …

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Evolution

Error handling now and tomorrow

So we will be talking about the error handling. Well first, I guess I need to explain myself why I decided to talk about this topic. You all know about error handling mechanisms in the C++ language right? You know you can throw exceptions, you know you shouldn’t throw them too often, because of performance …

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