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Visual C++ implements a fussier read of the standard language than does gcc or clang.

VC++ excepts a slightly different language for templates than does gcc. I can't say which is right. I've never had any trouble writing my own template stuff, but it may barf on gcc template code. VC++ does (or did?) require more frequent use of the typename keyword than gcc.

In VC++, constexpr expressions have to be assigned to constexpr variables to get compile-time evaluation. The standard contains ambiguity on this point. Clang is more likely to evaluate functions at compile time than VC++ is.
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