Lounge - June 2021

Understanding breadboard circuits
 
Hi guys, I'm not overly sure how breadboards function and just want to try and get a better underst...
[3 replies] Last: Think I'm starting to get the hang of it by just tinkering with it, th... (by adam2016)
Timing Diagrams
 
Hi guys, so I decided to take a foray into microprocessor architecture, I understand for the most...
[12 replies] Last: @mbozzi would the following be an example of driving low, let's say w... (by mbozzi)
Any Suggestions for Visual Basic?
 
I've been trying to solve a lot of my issues at work with C++ (not day-to-day type of things but jus...
[8 replies] Last: I've spent my entire career populating Excel spreadsheets. It's embarr... (by closed account jT5iE8AR)
by zapshe
Visual Studio - See Optimizations? (1,2)
 
Hey, I was coding a bit on visual studio. I wrote the code on there but it was meant to run somewher...
[27 replies] Last: There is no good way to cold-start that I know of .. to prevent the O... (by helios)
Problems
 
This is...completely unrelated to programming. Please post this to somewhere where it's a bit more ...
[10 replies] Last: Remember, kids: Only you can prevent the proliferation of forum spam. ... (by Ganado)
X86-64 question
 
Hi guys, So as I understand computer memory is generally byte addressable, but I have read that t...
[4 replies] Last: What is typically meant by byte addressable is that you can call pop o... (by newbieg)
Has anyone ever read Code by Petzold?
 
Hi guys, just approaching the conclusion of Charles Petzold's code, I liked the book. I found Cha...
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by thmm
Visual Studio 2019 v16.10 and v16.11 Preview 1 are Available Today!
 
C++ Our compiler and STL are now feature-complete for the latest available C++20 standard! 16.10 c...
[16 replies] Last: RE: C++20/ABI in VS.... https://github.com/microsoft/STL/issues/1814#... (by Furry Guy)
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