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awarded Curious
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24
awarded Popular Question
May
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accepted Why does an enum implicitly convert to a std::string?
May
29
comment Why does an enum implicitly convert to a std::string?
that's a good habit that I should get into. Plus it helps readability to do Enum::A instead of just A. Thanks again
May
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comment Why does an enum implicitly convert to a std::string?
@karim, yeah it certainly caused me more grief than help
May
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comment Why does an enum implicitly convert to a std::string?
Well that's... an undesired side effect. That's exactly what's happening. If I set my enums to something like A = 600, B = 700, then it immediately complains that the value is too large to convert into a char without some overflow. Thanks!
May
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asked Why does an enum implicitly convert to a std::string?
May
20
awarded Good Question
May
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accepted std::unordered_map::emplace object creation
May
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comment std::unordered_map::emplace object creation
Oh interesting, I completely glazed over that. So in order to get the key it has to construct the object, so it's not so much a choice of order of operations it's just that it has to create it in order to even find out whether the object with that key already exists?
May
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asked std::unordered_map::emplace object creation
Mar
28
awarded Enlightened
Mar
28
awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Yearling
Dec
5
comment How to recover lost commit with git?
check git reflog to see if you can find it there. If so you can merge it by hash
Jul
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awarded Notable Question
Dec
4
comment Data Structure Terminology?
some people refer to the linked list entities as nodes
Oct
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comment Constructor w/Multiple Arguments in Constructor list not working C++
Is there any other constructors that you have? Is line 19 that particular constructor?
Oct
23
answered How to programmatically rename XYZUpperCamelCase files to xyzLowerCamelCase?
Oct
4
accepted Templated assignment operator and self-check
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