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    The album sold around 3 million copies overall....

    The album sold around 3 million copies overall. Like I said, it was financially more profitable than its previous album... even if you ignore its physical release afterwards.

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    Sometimes I can't tell whether people simply...

    Sometimes I can't tell whether people simply underestimate each other, or are being outright misanthropes.

    The "pay what you want" method has been tried before, and it has been successful. Aside...
  3. Thread: Lisp Help

    by Ronix
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    (stringp object) Common Lisp has predicates...

    (stringp object)

    Common Lisp has predicates for basically every type. They're usually of the "sometype"p.
  4. - Use libsigsegv...

    - Use libsigsegv
    - Check that it's supported in your platform
    - Install a stack overflow handler

    You can handle the stack overflow in several ways. Typically, you would longjmp back to the fault...
  5. CommonTater's code is not going to work. You...

    CommonTater's code is not going to work. You can't pass a void* and call it as if it was a function (at least not without casting the pointer).

    You can't create a function that takes a function as...
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    My "all-time" favorite is C. It's beautifully...

    My "all-time" favorite is C. It's beautifully designed, and it's probably the only language that succeeds at everything it tries to be - A friendly looking, portable version of assembler.

    In...
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    maybe something like this? struct myt { ...

    maybe something like this?



    struct myt {
    int data[4];
    };

    queue<myt> myq;
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    Token concatenation occurs at preprocessing time....

    Token concatenation occurs at preprocessing time. However, you're trying to make up the name by accessing the value of the variable `i', which is unavailable to the preprocessor as it can be only...
  9. Thread: portable alloca

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    You should check for the alloca.h header (Maybe...

    You should check for the alloca.h header (Maybe use a config script) since it usually provides a native implementation of alloca. From what I remember, glibc provides the header for many platforms.
    ...
  10. Thread: Template trouble

    by Ronix
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    If I remember correctly: template...

    If I remember correctly:



    template<class T>
    template<class V>
    double ZLine<T>::DistanceFromPoint(std::vector<V> v)
    {
    ...
    }
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    Any modern OS will set all memory pages used by...

    Any modern OS will set all memory pages used by your application to "free" again.
  12. It's not really that hard, specially if you're...

    It's not really that hard, specially if you're using KDE or GNOME since you only need to add a single line to /etc/ttys (And so you can avoid manually executing `startx' each time you init a...
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    Compiles for me on g++ 4.4.1, although I used...

    Compiles for me on g++ 4.4.1, although I used std::auto_ptr because I don't know the correct header for std::shared_ptr.
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    So, make the predicate a template: ...

    So, make the predicate a template:



    template<class T>
    bool shared_ptr_lt (const std::shared_ptr<T>& left,
    const std::shared_ptr<T>& right)
    {
    return (*left.get() < *right.get());
    }
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    You can pass a strict weak ordering predicate to...

    You can pass a strict weak ordering predicate to list::sort:



    bool myt_lt (const std::shared_ptr<my_t>& left,
    const std::shared_ptr<my_t>& right)
    {
    return (*left.get() < *right.get());...
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    std::string wtoa (const std::wstring& wstr) { ...

    std::string wtoa (const std::wstring& wstr)
    {
    return (std::string(wstr.begin(), wstr.end()));
    }


    Much better, imo.

    But, all in all, I'd seriously question the idea of converting from...
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    You should be able to assign the first expression...

    You should be able to assign the first expression you're echoing to a variable:



    for file in `ls *.txt `; do
    x=`expr "$file" : '\([^.]\+\)'`
    echo $x
    done
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    The first argument to `realloc' has to be either...

    The first argument to `realloc' has to be either a pointer that has been allocated via a standard library memory call (ie: malloc, realloc, calloc) or NULL. In your example, however, the contents of...
  19. Thread: O_largefile ???

    by Ronix
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    Add the command `-D_GNU_SOURCE' to your makefile...

    Add the command `-D_GNU_SOURCE' to your makefile to have it defined. ie: `gcc foo.c' becomes `gcc -D_GNU_SOURCE foo.c'
  20. Thread: O_largefile ???

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    I believe O_LARGEFILE is a GNU extension. Add...

    I believe O_LARGEFILE is a GNU extension. Add `_GNU_SOURCE' to the defined preprocessor symbols and see if it works.
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    Something like: char sample_str[] =...

    Something like:



    char sample_str[] = "Special \x80 character!";


    Although your first method should work just as fine.
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    This header won't work at all. The biggest reason...

    This header won't work at all. The biggest reason is that `sizeof' is only available at compile time, and you're using it at preprocessing time, when it's unavailable. Secondly, you've got the...
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    free(NULL) is benign and works on every compiler...

    free(NULL) is benign and works on every compiler that I know of.

    On the other hand, your code may leak depending on what Actor_Init does. If it allocates memory dynamically for an ACTOR, then...
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    You can use gcc's regparm(n) function attribute...

    You can use gcc's regparm(n) function attribute to specify arguments passed via registers. As far as I can tell, you can only use it for x86, which means no 64bit registers.
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    You can't do that. At most, you can create a...

    You can't do that. At most, you can create a va_list out of the ellipsis and pass it to some function similar to `log' that takes a va_list in place of variable arguments. Or if your compiler...
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