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  1. Thread: Tetris game

    by CornedBee
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    Please note the forum guidelines...

    Please note the forum guidelines, which forbid simply asking people to do all your work for you. Thread closed.
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    This assumption is the reason why singletons are...

    This assumption is the reason why singletons are used. But simple parameter passing and/or dependency injection make for better program structure IMO. So instead of being able to procure a resource...
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    It's not Microsoft-compatible. Cygwin tries to be...

    It's not Microsoft-compatible. Cygwin tries to be Linux-compatible.
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    #include boost::int32_t...

    #include <boost/cstdint.hpp>

    boost::int32_t i32;

    Doesn't look that tough to me ;)
  5. Thread: C Console

    by CornedBee
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    You could just get Code::Blocks for Windows. ...

    You could just get Code::Blocks for Windows.

    The other option is to write a small wrapper program that does what the Code::Blocks wrapper does (grab return code and execution time and write them...
  6. Thread: C++11 books

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    Stroustrup's "The C++ Programming Language" has...

    Stroustrup's "The C++ Programming Language" has been released in its C++11 version.
  7. If the other program has been in the market for...

    If the other program has been in the market for 25 years - well, patents only last 20. So any patents that protect the old program should in theory be expired or about to expire.

    Of course, the US...
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    Getting instances for decltype/sizeof checks via...

    Getting instances for decltype/sizeof checks via casting nullptr is unnecessarily verbose. Just use std::declval, or if that doesn't exist in your implementation, declare it yourself:

    template...
  9. Boost.Container has flat_set and flat_map, which...

    Boost.Container has flat_set and flat_map, which are implemented in terms of a dynamic array, but provide the interface of an ordered associative container, which means that, iterator validity...
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    Sorry, can't reproduce on my computer. My Clang...

    Sorry, can't reproduce on my computer. My Clang is some pre-3.3 custom build, but that shouldn't really make a difference.
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    Strange, that doesn't look like something Clang...

    Strange, that doesn't look like something Clang should have a problem with. I'm currently trying to install GCC 4.8 on my Mac; if I succeed, I can try this out.

    It's all really just one error,...
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    For 1 and 2 this should actually be easy. Every...

    For 1 and 2 this should actually be easy. Every combination here is ordered, so if 1 and 2 both appear, they have to appear in the first two places. In other words, all the qualifying combinations...
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    Closing, this looks way too much like a homework...

    Closing, this looks way too much like a homework quiz.
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    Try macports or homebrew or something like that...

    Try macports or homebrew or something like that for Macs, they often have -dev packages as well.
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    Do you have to use Qt5? The "normal" way is...

    Do you have to use Qt5?

    The "normal" way is uncompressed RGB values, row by row, pixel by pixel, going left to right, top to bottom. This is the most suitable for fast blitting to the screen or...
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    Test with another compiler. This looks very much...

    Test with another compiler. This looks very much like a bug to me.
    However, I'm pretty sure that the full specialization of PropagatorLoop isn't allowed inside the outer template by pickier...
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    Because C is weird. If you have int a; a = 7;...

    Because C is weird. If you have

    int a;
    a = 7;
    at the global scope, the first line is a so-called "tentative definition". This construct is an unholy hack in the C standard to maintain...
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    This is pretty much the same question as...

    This is pretty much the same question as http://cboard.cprogramming.com/c-programming/155197-static-variables.html with just a slightly different context.
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    Why would you want to use C++ as your UI...

    Why would you want to use C++ as your UI description language? Are you some kind of masochist? :p

    Just describe the UI with QML and write the important part of your application (the logic) in C++.
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    Be extremely wary of the C course you're enrolled...

    Be extremely wary of the C course you're enrolled in. Here's an interesting review of the book you're supposed to use:
    C: The Complete Nonsense
  21. As long as you don't instantiate the container's...

    As long as you don't instantiate the container's copy constructor (i.e. never try to copy the container), that doesn't matter.
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    You can, in theory, use dynamic_cast to cast the...

    You can, in theory, use dynamic_cast to cast the Foo reference down to a Poo or Boo reference, but try to avoid it. It is rather poor style and inhibits extensibility. (It's not always avoidable.)
  23. While you can use move-only objects (such as...

    While you can use move-only objects (such as unique_ptr) in containers, some methods of the containers have more extensive requirements, i.e. they require the element type to be copyable and not just...
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    This thread is clearly not useful anymore.

    This thread is clearly not useful anymore.
  25. No embedded system JVM is doing any relevant...

    No embedded system JVM is doing any relevant dynamic profiling-based optimization that I've ever heard. They don't have the memory for that.
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