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Hey, I feel like a lot of the C++ data structure implementations are really just C with new instead of malloc and std::cout instead of printf - see for example the binary searach tree. They also typically use global variables instead of proper encapsulation.
I'd like to work on some PRs to improve this. Just how "good" (i.e. advanced) should the C++ code be though? I feel like modern C++14 should make proper use of noexcept, move semantics, templates and constexpr. See jainaman224/Algo_Ds_Notes#239 for an example of what I mean.
It basically comes down to what the goal of this repo is. Just show an implementation in a given language, or an exemplary one?