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No, I mean, the only person who would know enough about computers to do that and want to do that would be a microsoft employeeHe's either really bad with computers or really good at trolling.The same kind of power trip my school admin got from systematically disabling the "new window" command on all copies of internet explorer in the school then setting up a program to end any process that owns a window with "firefox" in the title.What the fuck.
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The same kind of power trip my school admin got from systematically disabling the "new window" command on all copies of internet explorer in the school then setting up a program to end any process that owns a window with "firefox" in the title.What the fuck.
D uses f!(1) instead of f<1> for templates.Good for D.
C# and Java solve this problem making templates apply only to types, never numbers, so you won't ever write class X<3>>2>.Which is one of the reasons that C# and Java suck. Number templates are extremely useful in some cases.
It just comes from the stupid idea to use <> for templates. Because the lexer finds the biggest token it can and >> is an operator, closing two template tags in a row causes problems. Other than that, this behavior for the lexer makes perfect sense- it parses "asdfasdf = 3" as asdfasdf, = and 3, rather than a, s, d, f, a, s, d, f, = and 3.It does not make sense to be green without chlorophyll.
>> is considered as an operator, so they must be separate.template<template<>>Are those actually different? Whitespace is not supposed to matter very much in C-based languages.
By the way, we should see who has the oldest computer and run it on that and see how long it takes, and then take the person with the fastest computer and run it on that. Just for an incredibly unbiased and awesome benchmark mostly for lol.
string::size() caches the result?No; the result is in a private variable, which is returned by the function. Setting that variable to another variable would be counter-productive.
The sound tip is true, or else I wouldn't have added it. Let's just say it gives the sound more depth.To be honest, I just added that one because I didn't know what to add on my list.