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Is it any good to use binary arithmetic in a C++ code like “C style”?
I like the fact that the C language lets you use binary arithmetic in an explicit way in your code, sometimes the use of the binary arithmetic can also give you a little edge in terms of performance; ...
Jun 25 '12 at 11:33
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