Will C++ ever be as safe as Rust? Does The Standard even care?

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    In the vast majority of cases unsafe (and failing that inline ASM) can solve all performance limitations. Non-optimal thread locals is a specific issue, and not really a sign of anything else. It's being worked on, but it's blocked by LLVM's limitations.

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    All I'll add is that clever code is not necessarily good code. For instance, I wrote this and I doubt anyone in my team, or many people in general, could maintain or majorly refactor it.

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