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comment Omit return type in C++11
@LokiAstari I agree with your comment in the context of the OP but what if a function returns the result of std::bind(...)?
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comment How can I copy one map into another using std::copy?
@Billy: Your answer is clearly the correct answer for the OP, but the answer to why would be "so I can use copy_if", and filter one map during the copy to another.
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comment Can I use a binary literal in C or C++?
Here's a tutorial on user-defined literals in c++11: akrzemi1.wordpress.com/2012/10/23/user-defined-literals-part-ii. Evidently c++1y (a.k.a. c++14) will include binary literals in the standard.
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comment Can Blender export to the COLLADA format?
FYI: I also have blender 2.66 from the ubuntu repositories and it does not have the collada exporter. I will try irie's PPA
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comment Crop equations with preview package
the preview package will generate one equation per page, and pdftk can split them into one file per page. The command is pdftk latex_output.pdf burst.
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comment Changing font size of selected slides in beamer
@Schweinbacke I agree with you in general as 6pt is probably too small for a presentation, but sometimes 10pt is just a bit too large and it's better to squeeze that last line onto your slide rather than splitting it into two. Furthermore, it may be valuable to add an "equation reference" slide if the presentation is to be printed. Both of which require a technique to change the font size for the slide.
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comment How to read little endian integers from file in C++?
@VaughnCato I'm glad someone answered with this. There are several questions on SO about swapping endian-ness but your answer addresses the problem of "reading in a binary number as byte sequence of known endianness" in a cross platform and simple way.
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comment set_difference and set_intersection simultaneously
Yeah but set_symmetric_difference doesn't separate them into a_only and b_only.
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comment set_difference and set_intersection simultaneously
This is a dead-on copy of what I also wrote. But if it's not in the standard library, then that answers my question. So thanks. Also, thanks for teaching me about ideaone.com. That's a handy site.
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comment set_difference and set_intersection simultaneously
@GrzegorzWilanowski added example to the question
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