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When are lvalues moved instead of copied in C++?


When are lvalues moved instead of copied in C++?

By : sydyildirim
Date : November 17 2020, 11:52 AM
wish of those help
Despite the fact that the move might be elided, Yes. A copy will never happen if a move constructor is available. I'll quote the paragraph again for clarity. [class.copy]/32:
code :
A a;
throw a;


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std::set member variable copied instead of moved when class instance moved

std::set member variable copied instead of moved when class instance moved


By : Reidulf Lien
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it helps some times I've been working with a pair of classes. The former stores meta data and the latter acts as a container and supports various sorts of indexing of based on the meta data. Stripped down versions are posted below. , The user-declared destructor
code :
~Bar() = default;
Bar(Bar&&) = default;
Bar& operator=(Bar&&) = default;
The value gets copied instead of being moved. Why?

The value gets copied instead of being moved. Why?


By : user1061974
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you You're calling std::move on an int. For non-class types, copying and moving are identical operations.
Do rebound allocators get copied/moved when an allocator aware container gets copied/moved?

Do rebound allocators get copied/moved when an allocator aware container gets copied/moved?


By : user3708003
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue The assumption is that copy-constructing allocators (even stateful allocators) is a cheap operation; if they have any associated resources they should be held by reference. Furthermore rebound allocators may be constructed by copy, and these compare equal to the original allocator; see a == b in Cpp17Allocator requirements.
The upshot of this is that the container is entirely at liberty to store an Allocator, an Allocator::rebind, or an Allocator::rebind, and to copy-convert between them as necessary when allocating nodes, on move construction, on (prvalue!) return from get_allocator(), etc. Generally libstdc++ stores an Allocator::rebind, for example.
Why does vSphere think I moved or copied my VM, when I have not?

Why does vSphere think I moved or copied my VM, when I have not?


By : Sandeep Sahu
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps When you make a copy of an existing VM and keep both within the same network, you run into problems with identical/duplicate MAC addresses. So ESXi tries to detect that and asks you what you did. If you made a copy then a new MAC has to be generated to avoid conflicts. If you moved it then everything is fine and no changes are made.
The detection seems to be based on the host system's hardware and/or BIOS. Maybe your server's CMOS battery is dead or you've made some problematic changes to the BIOS recently?
How do I know rv was moved and not copied?

How do I know rv was moved and not copied?


By : عباس العباس
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue According to cppreference,
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