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constexpr is a keyword that can be used to mark a variable's value as a constant expression, a function as potentially usable in constant expressions, or (since C++17) an if statement as having only one of its branches selected to be compiled.


The constexpr keyword was added in C++11 but for a few years since the C++11 standard was published, not all major compilers supported it. at the time that the C++11 standard was published. As of the time of publication of C++14, all major compilers support constexpr.

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