Day 80/100 100 Days of Code


I read and watched videos about constexpr. Constexpr is a fascinating concept. It is a specifier used to evaluate a value or a variable during compilation. This means it can be applied to both variables and functions/methods.

Using constexpr provides a significant performance boost because the program uses the result directly instead of calling the function. However, I struggle to see its usefulness. Wouldn't it be better to use the result rather than a function?