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Is there a precise formula for the evolution of Standard Libraries and measure its effectiveness?

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Let me put some context of my curiosity -
One of the mysterious activities in Programming Language design is the aspect of standard libraries and there have been talk of "modernizing" standard libraries to meet up to the requirements:
i) Parallelism(multi-core)
ii) Searching
iii) Big data
iv) GUI lacking in C & C++
v) The top N widely used algorithms

Now as a developer I am interested to know, Is there a precise formula for the evolution of Standard Libraries and measure its effectiveness?

posted Mar 7, 2015 by Salil Agrawal

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Please assume that I don't want to create library file

Lets say,
I have 2 files main.cpp and function.cpp. I have 2 methods to compile both the file?

1st) while compiling just include both files,

   g++ main.cpp function.cpp

2nd) In main.cpp file i can include function.cpp

#include "function.cpp"

As far as I know while compiling using 2nd method it will take more time, other than that any advantage/disadvantage?
Also what if i have more files lets say i have 500+ files, all are linked with each other, then which method will be preferable?
In this case if I go with 1st method then I will have to provide 500+ file names in my makefile?

Can anybody help?

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