SolutionYogi

New York, United States

solutionyogi.com

Age: 34

I am a developer, not a programmer. More on my website.

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reviewed Leave Open Generating new R logo with R
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reviewed Leave Open Apply css styles to option tag in chrome
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revised What specific productivity gains do Vim/Emacs provide over GUI text editors?
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comment How does the C preprocessor handle circular dependencies?
On the other hand, this particular page (linked by R Sahu) gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/cpp/… is much easier to understand AND has the keywords I would search for.
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comment How does the C preprocessor handle circular dependencies?
@EricLippert I kind of agree with Lundin here. 'Average programmer' is not used to reading specifications. I think part of the reason is that specification language can be quite dense and hard to understand. E.g. what did you search to end up with section 6.10.3.4? It is not obvious to me at all. When I go to the spec, I will have to go from the beginning of 6.10.3 and read whole bunch of things before I find the relevant section.
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