How vain it is to sit down and write when you have not stood up to live.
--Henry David Thoreau
Racing doesn’t get any easier; you just get faster.
By now you’re used to my writing style and may be expecting a sequence of expository steps describing the evolution of a collection component into a beautifully crafted class that handles all possible cases with aplomb. If so, you’re in for somewhat of a disappointment in this chapter. What you’ll actually get here is a story of how the effects of complexity, efficiency, flexibility, and several hundred refactoring steps conspire to yield a class that’s really flexible and very fast but that grossly violates Henney’s Hypothesis (Chapter 14 ...
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