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    I am feeling down

    The last month i had a lot of c++ activity.And now i am going back to networking in C programming development. the switch is making me feel down mentally. can anyone give me a tip to feel better ? Thanks

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    accept it. the cause of suffering is desire.
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    Don't forget to free() what you malloc()
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    Use lots of structures and function pointers, and you can have a C++-ish setup in no time.
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    is it a requirement to use C? can you make a C++ library that exposes C-visible functionality?

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    My problem these days is moving from project to project. Once I have moved on to another project, I cant find the excitement to go back and fix issues in the previous one. It doesn't matter if the code is C, Python or VBA...as soon as I feel I've finished I struggle to get back into it. I suddenly see loads of things I'd have done differently. "I should have used my own code and not this external library", "This would have been more efficient if I had done A, B, C,..."

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    My problem these days is moving from project to project.
    Your problem is too little "ADD".

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