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When will Codechef allow C++17

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It's already a long time since Codeforces introduced C++17 on their platform and I think it's time now that Codechef should also do the same. Sometimes, I write code using structured bindings, decomposition declarations, etc which require c++17.

The largest portion of programming community is from C++ background as far as I know and it's a language that almost everyone has experience with.

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asked 02 Jan, 00:17

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Of course, they will introduce C++17 here. By the time C++20 would already have been released.

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answered 03 Jan, 00:09

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@viv_nitp I don't think thats the case as spoj doesn't have pypy3 yet but codechef has it.

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answered 05 Jan, 15:52

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As far as I know codechef uses SPOJ, so C++17 it will be introduced on codechef as soon as it will be introduced on SPOJ.

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answered 04 Jan, 09:35

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@vijju123 Must know

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answered 05 Jan, 12:23

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Nopes, I dont xD

(05 Jan, 13:35) vijju123 ♦♦4★

I look forward to using C++17 here.

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answered 13 Jan, 00:58

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stro say thant 4 you need wrig text

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answered 13 Jan, 08:07

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