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Processors and other machines.
Hi guys, the title is probably open to interpretation, I couldn't think of a more apt title that was more descriptive and constrained to 4 words, but I digress...
[7 replies] Last: But I fail to see how a processor that carries out such primitive ope... (by kbw)
Interesting minor changes in Visual Studio 2022 V17.6
The VS Installer/Launcher has an "Available" tab for quite some time, I have the Community Edition, to show the paid Professional and Enterprise Editions can be...
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UI layout is certainly the most difficult area of UI design
As some of you might already know I'm writing a UI library, for personal esteem of course, nothing official or public yet. It will be Windows only library and ...
[8 replies] Last: coder777, Thank you for pseudo code, looks interesting and it took me ... (by malibor)
MS Visual Studio
MS VS 17.6 is the last version that will install under Windows 7. VS 17.7 and later (currently pre-release) will require at least Windows 10 v1909. https://l...
[1 reply] : Windows 7 is end-of-life since January 14, 2020. Since you don't want... (by kigar64551)
How much would this program cost?
I need to make program, which will calculate all permutations of all foods in grams, and output how much of all foods to eat so I reach near perfect RDA on all...
[6 replies] Last: It already exists: Google. You might do your study, blood tests, what ... (by newbieg)
by Ganado
[Firefox] Site still requires legacy addition to log in
Just an attempt to make sure this is on the admin's radar. I still have to switch to the legacy version to log into the site. At least, on Mozilla Firefox. Seem...
[9 replies] Last: Re: spammers.... I just stomped on one in the Beginners section, thou... (by George P)
by Ch1156
Can anyone recommend any Javascript books/sites?
I am learning javascript so i can program a game engine i found thats really cool. The syntax is pretty easy and since I already know C++ the concepts are easyt...
[2 replies] Last: Douglas Crockford's books might be of interest? JavaScript: The Good... (by andywestken)
How fast are you supposed to write code? (1,2)
This is a question for those who are working as programmers or retired coders. While at work, how many lines per minute on average are you supposed to write ...
[24 replies] Last: I don't wish to make it public. Not a problem. I understand your wi... (by Geckoo)
Parsing .exe files
If you're interested in the contents of what constitutes an .exe file (apart from the actual code...) then have a look at this article https://www.codeproject....
[4 replies] Last: Another no longer being updated, or no longer free, is UPX Easy GUI. ... (by George P)
Ground and VCC on ICs
Hi guys, My understanding of how integrated circuits work is a little cloudy. Obviously, an IC has many pins, in this example, I will use a quad 2 input AND ga...
[1 reply] : Yes, it's an implementation detail. They are connected. It doesn't mat... (by Ganado)
changed email
I am trying to change my email but do not receive a confirmation. What is next?
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A Blast From The Past
See this article that talks about Turbo c/c++ from the late 1980's as things used to be. Ah the good old days... https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/5358258/R...
[10 replies] Last: for notepad ++ I have this in a batch file so I can say npp filename: ... (by jonnin)
Why does FIDO2/WebAuthn need a separate key-pair for each site?
Recently I did some reading on the FIDO2/WebAuthn standard. I understand that FIDO2/WebAuthn generates a separate key-pair for each web-site (domain), and only ...
[10 replies] Last: During the registration process, the authenticator generates a new k... (by kigar64551)
Which remote should I use for git submodule?
I just recently come to a dilemma. I whish to git submodule add to my repo, and the dilemma is this: 1. Should I make a fork of the repo and then add submodule...
[7 replies] Last: yes, that's correct. (by malibor)
Any experts on Git sub-modules here?
So, I have a Git repository that was created by a colleague and that contains a number of sub-modules. Usually, when I have worked with Git sub-modules before, ...
[9 replies] Last: Yeah, but Git definitely has marked the sub-folders in question as sub... (by kigar64551)
by zapshe
I got a weird email..
The contents of the email: https://imgur.com/a/EM8GNch Anyone else get something like this? I apparently the proud owner of cplusplus.com 😳
[9 replies] Last: This is nothing new. Scammers are lazy, most of them, and by and larg... (by jonnin)
by mbozzi
User maxim2511 sounds like a chatbot.
The volume & tonal consistency of @maxim2511's posts suggests to me that they are ChatGPT. Also the mistakes in their posts are weird. https://cplusplus.com/u...
[9 replies] Last: I think therefore I am - convinced that especially https://cplusplus.... (by zapshe)
What was your longest debugging time?
We often hear how debugging can get really hard and can take hours and sometimes more than a day to find the problem. Some year ago I asked a question here o...
[11 replies] Last: What assembly debugging? When I started assembly at university all we ... (by seeplus)
by helios
Old-man rant
What's with playback controls in modern media players? I thought CD players had figured out these interfaces in the '80s: |<< (or alternatively |<) means "go to...
[7 replies] Last: Using a sophisticated decoder library, like mpg123, which hides the "... (by helios)
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