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Your typical compiler works h ard to understand your C++ programs so it can generate good\, efficient ex ecutables for them. \; With C++20 and up\, thanks to Modules\, the com piler is asked to transfer\, between source files\, semantic knowledge acq uired during the compilation process. \; Why is that? \; How is it done? What can you do with that knowledge from the compiler? \; \ ; Come and find out.

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