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Constexpr

Constexpr is a modifier introduced in C++11, which informs the compiler that the value of a function or variable is known or can be calculated at compile time

Inline

Use this tag for questions specifically about the effects of the inline keyword, together with the appropriate language tag.

Others

Quality Example
Better

"You may be interested in looking at the constexpr keyword which i think is better than the inline keyword when you can make use of it"

from question "Inline function in relation to the stack"

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