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comment (ORIG_EAX*4) in ptrace calls
That seems to unnecessarily expose an implementation detail; why doesn't ptrace do *4 itself?
Jul
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comment Is "delete this" a bad idea?
I agree with Nawaz. The (current) top answers answer a different question, namely "When is it safe to delete this?", which is very different from "Ok, I can do this as long as I follow certain rules, but is it a good idea, or does it mean that I might be doing something else wrong?", which is a much more interesting question.
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Jun
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revised Python decorator best practice, using a class vs a function
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answered Python decorator best practice, using a class vs a function
May
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comment How do I combine hash values in C++0x?
Is there something like this in std lib, or an coming version of the std lib?
May
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comment Generic hash for tuples in unordered_map / unordered_set
Doesn't touching std result in undefined behavior? Does using an anon namespace in std get around that??
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Apr
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answered C++11 reverse range-based for-loop
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comment What are POD types in C++?
In C++11, you can do std::is_pod<MyType>() to tell whether MyType is POD.
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