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After this brief look at compile time computation in C++, the approach detailed in this last section seems to be the most promising. While it is sadly not possible to consistently write code to be executed at compile time using `constexpr`, this newly extended keyword certainly enables writing some parts of a primarily template metaprogramming based program in _normal_ C++ which is very helpful. Personally my next step in this context will be to revamp [ConstList] to use [`std::integral_constant`] for value storage instead of member constants in an attempt at developing a way of manipulating data at compile time in a functional fashion.
[test cases]: https://github.com/KnairdA/ConstList/blob/master/test.cc