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Jan
14
comment Is there a standard way or standard alternative to packing a struct in c?
Interesting but U24 is not a standard C type en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_data_types so it is not surprising that the complier is forced to handle it in a somewhat odd way.
Jan
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asked Is there a standard way or standard alternative to packing a struct in c?
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Jan
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comment How discrete should a RESTful API be?
Thanks, yes PATCH does sound useful.
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accepted How discrete should a RESTful API be?
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asked How discrete should a RESTful API be?
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Aug
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comment Is there a good reason not to display error messages to users?
Android doesn't silently kill apps, it tells the user either that the app is not responding or has stopped unexpectedly.
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asked Is there a good reason not to display error messages to users?
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asked What operating systems use both a Render thread and a UI thread?
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accepted Is it possible in C++ to define several methods at once?
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comment Is it possible in C++ to define several methods at once?
There is only one member variable, the HashMap :). It sounds wrong, but for other engineers who use this class it is very useful to have access to all this data in a single object.
May
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comment Is it possible in C++ to define several methods at once?
Because I am implementing an interface this is not possible, there are several other implementations and my class must be compatible with the interface. Also there is value to storing this data in a HashMap so I need to keep that as well.
May
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asked Is it possible in C++ to define several methods at once?