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answered Compiler command and GCC version
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revised Installing pillow package: gcc.exe fails
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comment Can you replace floating points divisions by integer operations?
Ick, mixed operations, (x * (unsigned int)(0.95 * 1024)) / 1024 is clearer and results in the same code.
10h
comment OK to exit program with active goroutine?
Thanks, that's worth bearing in mind.
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comment OK to exit program with active goroutine?
Extra question: does it run defer statements in the go routine after main exits, or are those cut off dead too?
12h
revised how can i control that free() function works fine?
first sentence made no sense
Aug
21
revised gcc/ld: Allow Code Placement And Removal of Unused Functions
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Aug
21
answered gcc/ld: Allow Code Placement And Removal of Unused Functions
Aug
21
comment Bash Script to Get Operating System + Version as string
So, what bash script did you try? How does it not work? This is not a scripting service.
Aug
18
comment What is the vim equivalent of emacs' ctrl-k?
Exactly, it's one of those things you either use all the time, or barely even know exists.
Aug
18
comment What is the vim equivalent of emacs' ctrl-k?
And the last time you used digraphs was ... when?
Aug
18
comment What is the vim equivalent of emacs' ctrl-k?
And that could be reduced to a single key combination with inoremap <C-k> <C-o>D (I think)
Aug
12
comment Where is the source code for the earliest C compilers?
The source code history for GCC starts here, in about 1989. That's not actually the beginning of the project, just the date it was first imported into RCS. Unfortunately, due to the way RCS was converted to CVS, and then CVS was converted to Subversion (and next into GIT), the initial revisions just import one file at a time, so it's a longer job than I want to do to find out what revision number holds the first complete, buildable source base.
Aug
11
answered Regular expression in C language
Aug
8
answered Shell - If a new file is created, copy the second newest one somewhere
Aug
8
revised How to append the output of Parallel Grep to a file?
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Aug
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answered How to append the output of Parallel Grep to a file?
Aug
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revised How to append the output of Parallel Grep to a file?
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Aug
8
comment GCC - Dynamic Dependencies
No, your object file is still only compatible with the library that matches the header files you used. The library should only change the version number on the file when they break compatibility.
Aug
8
comment Compiling in GCC: Is -O3 harmful?
@user877329 I added "Real-world" now. Is that better? In general, perfect optimization is not achievable for all but the most basic programs. It's an unsolvable problem, even when the conditions are known and the goals are well defined. I've not proven that mathematically, but I have no wish to wait for the computer to try it.
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