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awarded Good Answer
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10
awarded Yearling
Apr
17
awarded Editor
Apr
17
revised How to overload std::remove for std::list?
clarified question (hopefully :)
Apr
17
comment How to overload std::remove for std::list?
Thanks but I do know about the list member functions but it doesn't answer my question. Just assume there are quite a few template functions in my code that use erase-remove to work with generic containers and I don't want to overload all of them for std::list.
Apr
17
asked How to overload std::remove for std::list?
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awarded Supporter
Mar
7
accepted du reports surprising total size for same data
Mar
7
answered du reports surprising total size for same data
Mar
7
comment du reports surprising total size for same data
@vasquez The -l option for du should have taken care of that but thanks for the suggestion.
Mar
7
answered How to measure an operation's duration in terminal, not in code
Mar
1
asked du reports surprising total size for same data
Feb
29
comment Is there a way to remap the AltGr key to Ctrl with setxkbmap?
Thank you. You mentioned that some xmodmap in .xsessionrc get ignored. Have you considered that your desktop environment might set some keyboard options that override yours? I know you didn't ask, but the thought just crossed my mind.
Feb
29
answered Thinkpad disable TrackPoint
Feb
26
asked How to power off USB stick or MMC card under linux?
Feb
25
answered Is there a way to remap the AltGr key to Ctrl with setxkbmap?
Feb
18
awarded Scholar
Feb
18
accepted How do I easily update list of md5sums?
Feb
18
comment How do I easily update list of md5sums?
Thank you for pointing out comm. Now I can do what I wanted: comm -13 <( cat MD5SUM | sed 's/^[a-z0-9]* //' | sort) <( find -type f -not -name MD5SUM | sort) | xargs -d "\n" md5sum >>MD5SUM At least as long as the filenames do not contain a newline character. :)
Feb
18
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