Suma

Czech Republic

Age: 44

Programmer

Areas of interest:

  • Native Win32 programming
  • Visual C++
  • Scala
  • C++ templates
  • Multicore scalability
  • DirectX, OpenGL, 3D graphics
  • Performance optimizations
Jul
30
revised C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Added tags
Jul
30
comment How to find qt5 CMake module on windows
I second that. Adding where? The answer is hard to follow because of this missing information.
Jul
30
comment C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
@AndrewHenle Is this any different? I think the int will be sign extended to 64b anyway, in one case for the malloc expecting size_t, in second case for 64b multiplication.
Jul
30
revised C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Mechanism of the failed allocation
Jul
30
comment C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Sidenote: Are you aware sizeof(char) is 1 by definition?
Jul
30
comment C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
@EOF I stand corrected and removed that part.
Jul
30
revised C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Removed a note about longs.
Jul
30
revised C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Added a note about longs and LP64.
Jul
30
answered C binary reaches 1.2G memory limit
Jul
28
comment How to stay within the bounds of memory
I do not understand how this answers the question. Long seems big enough to store numbers here. The memory is consumed someplace else.
Jul
28
comment How to stay within the bounds of memory
1<<56 gives Int result, not Long. At least Repl evaluates this as Int = 16777216, which is 1 << 24. You need to write 1L << x, if you want such value.
Jul
28
answered C#: Unable to undo inserted text
Jul
27
revised Debugging VBO Vertex buffers crashes
Fixed link formatting.
Jul
26
awarded Supporter
Jul
26
comment How to open jar file using open JDK?
For me, run with JRE option (steps until "If it is not even in Show other apllications list") is there only for JRE 6, not for JRE 7.
Jul
26
awarded Autobiographer
Jul
24
revised What Windows Vista/7 program for scaling windows like compiz?
Improved wording.
Jul
24
awarded Revival
Jul
23
awarded Supporter
Jul
23
comment How to test if a Float or Double is infinite or NaN?
I have created an issue for IntelliJ Scala plugin regarding missing completion on Float expressions: youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/SCL-8954
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