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I had an incredibly convoluted use case where I needed to correct a bug in a web app (GitLab) with a 307 redirect. After much flailing about and trying dozens of different things, your solution finally did the trick. Thanks! — Kevin E 16 secs ago
 
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If you use private inheritance, then nobody can accidentally call A::assign via e.g., B::assign if someone forgot to implement B::assign. A programmer forgetting to call the base class' assign function is not something that can be handled by a type system. You can make it easier for programmers by e.g., writing some utility that handles some boilerplate for them within assign, but then you'd still need to remember to use the utility ("utility" is a stand in for e.g., a macro or heck even a visitor pattern) — AndyG 34 secs ago
 
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Questions that ask "where do I start?" are typically too broad and are not a good fit for this site. People have their own method for approaching the problem and because of this there cannot be a correct answer. Give a good read over Where to Start and edit your post. — gre_gor 52 secs ago
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You would need to investigate shared memory. It is an advanced topic. This post may give you a practical start. — Mike Kinghan 18 secs ago

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