[Development] RFF: nullptr rules

Mathias Hasselmann mathias at taschenorakel.de
Wed Dec 9 17:45:25 CET 2015

Am 09.12.2015 um 16:14 schrieb Marc Mutz:

> Arguments in favour:
> - it's the C++ way of writing the null pointer constant these days
> - we need to use it in headers, anyway, to allow people to use -Wzero-as...,
>    and it makes no sense to have two sets of rules for headers and impl
> - it can disambiguate code and prevent accidents
> - in some situations, it makes code easier to understand (: m_foo(nullptr)).
> Arguments against:
> - it's uglier than "0", and more to type

Have we discussed "{}" instead of "nullptr", or "0" already?


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