I have a binary identifier which I tried to make a constexpr since all of its calculations would never occur during runtime (this is true for literal identifiers, right?). Since constant expressions can only have one instruction, I tried to cheat a little and returned an immediate call to a lambda function. This failed miserably however. I tried making a constexpr function pointer and called that from _binary down below, but the compiler still felt that it wasn't a constexpr. Why is this? And is there a way to make a function like _b below constexpr?