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awarded  Yearling
Aug
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revised Is return-type-(only)-polymorphism in Haskell a good thing?
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Aug
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revised Is return-type-(only)-polymorphism in Haskell a good thing?
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Aug
6
comment Why does Swift not require semicolons?
Good closing sentence.
Jul
27
answered Is there a Haskell idiom for trying several functions and stop as soon as one succeeds?
Jul
21
comment Should I initialize C structs via parameter, or by return value?
Better option: Stop using C over C++. Autowin.
Jul
18
comment What steps should be taken to make sure your software is usable by disabled people?
I always make sure my programs are wheelchair accessible.
Jul
2
comment Templating a member name
This is how to do it: stackoverflow.com/questions/11532130/…
Jun
14
comment Why would a program use a closure?
s/closure/callback/g, and your answer would be the same. What a useless answer.
Jun
9
comment std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
@0fnt. 1/100 is not a sufficient factor. The factor (mathematically speaking) needs to be strictly greater than 1.
Jun
9
comment std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
I fail to see where you don't use arrays... (as per the OP's question). Remember: An array by any other name would smell as sweet.
Jun
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comment std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
@Ixrec: That wont work. Try implementing data().
Jun
1
comment std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
@CodesInChaos: But now you've broken contiguous memory guarantees.
Jun
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revised std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
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Jun
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revised std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
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May
31
awarded  Cleanup
May
31
revised std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
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May
31
revised std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
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May
31
answered std::vector Non-Array Implementation?
May
28
comment How do you avoid getters and setters?
The easiest way to get around getters and setters is to access the data member directly. QED.