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answered What happens to lock's state and methods when a thread acquires a lock?
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revised What happens to lock's state and methods when a thread acquires a lock?
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revised How is memory managed for non-declared entities in the C language?
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revised How is memory managed for non-declared entities in the C language?
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revised How is memory managed for non-declared entities in the C language?
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answered How do I refactor a loop that does aggregation while doing it's regular job ?
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comment Does printf in C99 automatically round numbers for me?
You've discovered a case where multiplication is not transitive. That's exactly what floating point errors are about. printf is blameless in this.
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revised Best naming practice for interface implementation with repetitive words
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revised Manipulating data for a single file
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comment Roundoff numbers
That's not rounding, that's the 'ceiling' function.
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revised Can an abstract class be instantiated?
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comment Can I use write a null value into a file? Turbo C++
It's your database, so it's up to you how to represent NULL values. Some databases equate NULL with ''. Others treat it as a value distinct from '' AND from 'NULL', which requires some sort of extra flag to store the nullness of a column. But both the semantics and the implementation are yours to choose.
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revised Do mocks violate the Open/Closed principle?
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