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Parameter | Details | ——— | —–– |default-capture | Specifies how all non-listed variables are captured. Can be = (capture by value) or & (capture by reference). If omitted, non-listed variables are inaccessible within the lambda-body. The default-capture must precede the capture-list. |capture-list | Specifies how local variables are made accessible within the lambda-body. Variables without prefix are captured by value. Variables prefixed with & are captured by reference. Within a class method, this can be used to make all its members accessible by reference. Non-listed variables are inaccessible, unless the list is preceded by a default-capture. |argument-list | Specifies the arguments of the lambda function. | mutable | (optional) Normally variables captured by value are const. Specifying mutable makes them non-const. Changes to those variables are retained between calls.throw-specification | (optional) Specifies the exception throwing behavior of the lambda function. For example: noexcept or throw(std::exception).|attributes | (optional) Any attributes for the lambda function. For example, if the lambda-body always throws an exception then [[noreturn]] can be used. -> return-type | (optional) Specifies the return type of the lambda function. Required when the return type cannot be determined by the compiler. |lambda-body | A code block containing the implementation of the lambda function. |


C++17 (the current draft) introduces constexpr lambdas, basically lambdas that can be evaluated at compile time. A lambda is automatically constexpr if it satisfies constexpr requirements, but you can also specify it using the constexpr keyword:

//Explicitly define this lambdas as constexpr
[]() constexpr {
    //Do stuff

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