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comment Is slower performance of programming languages, really, a bad thing?
Hmm, that's how I interpreted "being slow is considered a bad thing", did I misunderstand your question?
Feb
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answered Is slower performance of programming languages, really, a bad thing?
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answered what is a phone interview?
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comment Is there a universal date format that anyone in the world can understand?
@Wonko, "natural" in the sense that in that context XI is more likely to be interpreted as a month than as a day. I admit it's extremely subjective.
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answered Is there a universal date format that anyone in the world can understand?
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answered What is platform independence? Are cross-platform and 'platform independence' same?
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comment How to proceed when a bug in open source libraries is suspected?
@Matt: Thanks. To be fair, not every project has an active mailing list or forum behind it. Fortunately, the projects I hacked the most (which isn't too much) are SDL and Ogre, which do have very active communities.
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answered How to proceed when a bug in open source libraries is suspected?
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comment Interesting or unique types in programming languages?
I've used them in a Z80 emulator, to easily access the 16 bit registers as whole registers (HL, BC) and as 8-bit registers (H, L, B and C). This reflects how they're used in Z80 asm. Also in "variants", a class that can hold a value of different types (for example int/float) - not sure why I didn't use subclasses, but it made sense at the time :)
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