C++ curiosities: std::move that doesn’t move

Despite its name, std::move doesn’t move anything. std::move is no more than a type cast. It has 2 major purposes in life: to return an “rvalue reference” to its argument and to mislead people into thinking it does more than that. In fact, you can call the bluff by calling static_cast<T&&>¬†explicitly instead of std::move and […]