Journey Into Functional Programming in C++Advanced Functional Programming Techniques

This advanced course will introduce you to the concept of monads in C++ and teach you how to implement and compose them. You will explore the design patterns functors, monads, and monad transformers, along with practical usage scenarios.

Use `auto` for Iterator in printVector Function

Use `decltype` for Type Deduction

Using std::is_same in Function Templates

Multiply and Add with Dynamic Types

Dynamic Type Declaration in Class Methods

Apply Transform Function with Compile-Time Type Check

Find Ingredient Amount

Proper Handling of Empty Optional Values

Finding the First Digit with std::optional

Find the Maximum Negative Number using std::optional

Transformer Functor for 2D Grids

Create a Functor to Transform Strings in a Vector

Using Functor to Transform Multiple Vectors

Implement a Filtering Functor

Implementing Operations with Logging

Implementing a Functor for NumberWithLogs

Implementing Monad with ValueWithLogs