C++23 is complete and pretty much finalized, so let’s explore the new features in C++, from a data science point of view. This is not as large of a release as C++20 or C++11, but it’s still a hefty release with lots of nice new features - larger than C++17.
Some of the major new features are building on themes from C++20, such as vastly
expanded ranges and views, more
consteval, module support for the
std::print to supplement
std::format, and a
std::generator to support coroutines. There are also several general features,
lambdas and classes get along much better now, there are new preprocessor
additions (!), a stacktrace library, flat maps/sets, and new
this, and many various additions.