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“Well!... That takes the biscuit!”

Joyce, James. The Dubliners

The best way to speed up something is to not do it in the first place.

Kyte, Thomas.


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Nov
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comment Why do we have to tell printf() the type of data in C?
@user31782: not necessarily slower at runtime (it depends, as usual), but it requires language features that simply aren't there in C. C doesn't have function overloading, let alone the template mechanisms used for cout in C++.
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revised Why do we have to tell printf() the type of data in C?
Code formatting, small corrections in body
Nov
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suggested approved edit on Why do we have to tell printf() the type of data in C?
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reviewed No Action Needed JavaScript strict mode compatibility
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reviewed No Action Needed Swift Protocol Naming Conventions
Oct
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revised How can IO cause side effects in Functional Programming?
Capitalization, small English fix
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suggested approved edit on How can IO cause side effects in Functional Programming?
Oct
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revised Move semantics in C++ - Move-return of local variables
Indent, and remove some empty lines so that all the code is visible without scrolling
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suggested approved edit on Move semantics in C++ - Move-return of local variables
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awarded  Explainer
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answered Syntax of passing lambda
Jun
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comment Syntax of passing lambda
stackoverflow.com/questions/9186510/… if you want to do that. But are you certain you can't do what you want with plain old virtual functions? Your use of void* is scary. Also use -> on pointers, not ..
May
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comment Should I feel “uncomfortable” using auto in C++?
(Should even be a range-based for loop for even more goodness.)
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awarded  Guru
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