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Back: Standard Template Library
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16.3 Compiler Quirks

C++ compilers are complex pieces of software. Sadly, sometimes the details of a compiler's implementations leak out and bother the application programmer. The two aspects of C++ compiler implementation that have caused grief in the past are efficient template instantiation and name mangling. Both of these aspects will be explained.

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