Return value elision

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If you return a prvalue expression from a function, and the prvalue expression has the same type as the function’s return type, then the copy from the prvalue temporary can be elided:

std::string func()
  return std::string("foo");

Pretty much all compilers will elide the temporary construction in this case.

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