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comment Motivation and pitfalls (?) of the auto keyword in C++11
The previous one looked fine: "The auto keyword in C++11" doesn't tell me anything about the question: it can be anything related to auto.
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comment Motivation and pitfalls (?) of the auto keyword in C++11
Why has the question's title has been edited? It doesn't tell me what the question is right away.
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answered What is a *slightly* less extreme equivalent to being “fluent” in a language?
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answered Building a website, want to use java
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comment svn vs git for the sole developer?
If you are working alone, and you know none of them: the only way you can know what's better is trying both. I tried Git and SVN and prefer the former, but again: it's a matter of preference.
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comment Is a coding standard even needed any more?
Not all people use an IDE either, I use Acme for instance.
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answered Must a programmer learn text editors like Emacs and Vim? How important are they?
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comment When to use C over C++, and C++ over C?
In my humble opinion... you use C when you want to, for me: C is much more simpler and easier to use than C++ ... C++ might look like a "C With classes", but it's not anymore, now it's a very complex language, with things like Virtual Constructors and Templates.
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comment What are the chances of Google's Go becoming a mainstream language?
@Lavinski well... I like it because it's C++ done right
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answered Can functional programming be used to develop a full enterprise application?