John Calsbeek

Los Angeles, CA

johncalsbeek.com

Age: 26

I’m a programmer at Sony Santa Monica. I’m interested in physics, data-oriented design, parallelism, lock-free programming, SIMD programming, cache optimization, compilers, and procedural content generation.

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revised How does the new async/await feature in C# 5 integrate with the message loop?
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comment How to create a std::string directly from a char* array without copying?
@SørenLøvborg Yes, it is permitted in C++11. There's a lot of arcane wording around this, which pretty much boils down to it being illegal to modify the null terminator, and being illegal to modify anything through the data() or c_str() pointers, but valid through &str[0]. stackoverflow.com/a/14291203/5696
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revised Double precision - decimal places
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