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    I don't know. Where did you see it last time?

    I don't know. Where did you see it last time?
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    Because 0x8C(Windows-1252) == 0x152(Unicode) ==...

    Because 0x8C(Windows-1252) == 0x152(Unicode) == 'Œ'
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    Yes, I am.

    Yes, I am.
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    No, continuation-bytes are distinct from...

    No, continuation-bytes are distinct from one-byte-codes.
  5. You enter the ID into teacher->name, hence...

    You enter the ID into teacher->name, hence...
  6. You have extern int tst_user; and int...

    You have

    extern int tst_user;
    and

    int tst_user[5];
    Hmmm...
  7. If you need arrays of length two you need to...

    If you need arrays of length two you need to declare them like


    long double arrayA[2];
    long double arrayB[2];
    long double arrayC[2];
  8. I don't think the standard defines rand()'s...

    I don't think the standard defines rand()'s algorithm.

    But have a look here(C++11):
    Pseudo-random number generation - Cppreference
  9. m( My advice is: If you are enraged by three...

    m(


    My advice is: If you are enraged by three foreign sentences in your presence - avoid

    Good night!
  10. I looked at the web sites you linked to:...

    I looked at the web sites you linked to:
    WhyAskWhy.org Projects
    and
    raphb(.com) - Synclosure

    There are many signs that would suggest a link to the german language. I was wrong - sorry.
    ...
  11. Ommmmmmm. I did? Thanks to you? "Hush...

    Ommmmmmm.

    I did?

    Thanks to you?

    "Hush now baby, don't you cry."

    True words! (Amen!)
  12. But I couldn't in that particular situation. ...

    But I couldn't in that particular situation.

    (the fact that I obviously didn't manage to make myself clear yet ultimately supports my point here)

    If this is supposed to be an english only...
  13. Am I starting a major upheaval here? Does...

    Am I starting a major upheaval here?


    Does that mean that deoren is not part of the community?

    As I tried to explain earlier: Trying to help him I told him something in the only language I...
  14. Please read my answer to Elysia. No offence...

    Please read my answer to Elysia.


    No offence intended. But that's complete nonsense. Like we could only use latin to talk about medicine.
  15. Thanks iMalc. I didn't test it but what you say...

    Thanks iMalc. I didn't test it but what you say makes (a.) perfect sense and (b.) widened(broadened?) my horizons on the overall matter.
  16. international == english?!? This must be a...

    international == english?!?

    This must be a big misunderstanding... Couldn't explain it otherwise.

    Are you japanese?
  17. I did have a reason. Looking at deoren's web...

    I did have a reason.
    Looking at deoren's web site I had reason to assume that he might speak german.
    I used german to say something I couldn't have said nearly as clearly in english (since english...
  18. Am I right to assume that you speak german? ...

    Am I right to assume that you speak german?

    g++ scheint die Konstruktion/Destruktion des temporären Rückgabeobjektes des Op+ an den Op+= wegzuoptimieren.
    Wegen solcher Dinge (Der Standard erlaubt...
  19. Operator + internally creates a new string object...

    Operator + internally creates a new string object as a copy from itself, then appends the other string (using operator +=) and then returns that newly created string.
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    Look here for example: mutable...

    Look here for example:
    mutable
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    Your function declarations are wrong. You mean...

    Your function declarations are wrong. You mean long double not double long.
    Didn't your compiler complain about this?
  22. Not odd. If the memory right before/after your...

    Not odd.
    If the memory right before/after your array belongs to your process you can write there unhindered(is that correct english?). My guess is the debug version of your runtime lib marks the...
  23. Oh I do think so. _aligned_free() (or rather...

    Oh I do think so.
    _aligned_free() (or rather _free_dbg_nolock()) only finds the problem and throws an exception. The actual memory corruption occurred somewhere else before.
  24. I'd say the error is somewhere else in your code....

    I'd say the error is somewhere else in your code.
    Some out of bounds memory access probably.
  25. How about for (pos = iter->second.begin();...

    How about


    for (pos = iter->second.begin(); pos != iter->second.end(); ++pos)
    {
    cout << pos->first << " " << pos->second << endl;
    }
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