Nothing is true everything is permitted. This is the creed that every
C++programmer lives by.
I think it is funny to see people abuse the language, (any language for that matter, not just C++), to the extent that the solution to your problem is so convoluted, no one can understand it. Some people solve problems some invent new ways to solve problems, all of us contribute.
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