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Salvatore Terress wrote:
(I do not like lambda - too cryptic )


There's nothing that says you have to use a lambda. Sometimes, the capture variables are very useful, but if you'd rather write a normal function, the go ahead and do so.

Sometimes a function object works best: Function Objects in the C++ Standard Library | Microsoft Learn
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