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comment gzgetc sets EOF flag when last character is read
Interesting, I'm using the default installed on Mac OS X 10.11.1, which seems to be 1.2.5. That explains it! I'm currently working around this by checking the return value of gzgetc, which is -1 when the end of the stream is reached.
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comment What is the difference between 'typedef' and 'using' in C++11?
In this episode of CppCast Edouard Alligand claims that using results in faster link times (don't remember which compiler he was talking about, though), because apparently the compiler generates shorter symbol names. I don't know if this holds up to scrutiny, though.
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comment How to define pointer for a custom input iterator
I think that clarifies it well enough, thanks!
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@GPrathap, unfortunately, this was a long time ago, and I can't remember what we ended up doing.
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comment Calling a method of a constant object parameter
@JamesWierzba thanks, apparently this has moved to a different location, now link is: isocpp.org/wiki/faq/const-correctness.
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