Johannes Schaub - litb

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asked Correct comment to put for boolean function arguments that are “false”?
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comment Is C++11 Uniform Initialization a replacement for the old style syntax?
are you sure that 5.2 to float is narrowing? See open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/cwg_defects.html
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comment Is `catch(…) { throw; }` a bad practice?
+ for the uncensored truth
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comment Whats the difference between syntax and grammar?
@delnan. Not true. For example int; is grammatically valid, but syntactically ill-formed in C++. The grammar has no problem with this code, but syntax constraints require that a name is provided if the first part of a declaration contains no class-specifier or enum-specifier or, in C++11, friend-specifier.
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revised Philosophy behind Undefined Behavior
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