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    [–] Which path to use for #include environment variable? cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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    [–] Cpp Output (Input Failure?) cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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    [–] Visual C++ initialization behavior of std::locale::id... compiler bug? cleroth 5 points ago in cpp

    cppreference states: default constructor: creates an object of type std::locale::id with implementation-specific content.

    I think because the standard doesn't actually state what the constructor does, this means MSVC is conforming.

    [–] Amazon is selling facial recognition technology to police, allowing them to analyze ‘millions of faces in real-time’ - And the ACLU is furious. cleroth 1 points ago in Futurology

    All that free photo storage included with Prime that everybody uploaded their entire photo library to is just sitting there waiting to be monetized

    I have prime and didn't even know that existed. Who the hell uploads their photos to Amazon?

    [–] Procedural Island cleroth 1 points ago in proceduralgeneration

    Sadly Z-ordering isn't generally worth it unless you have intrinsics for it. Calculating the index turns out to be slower than the gains you get from memory locality.

    [–] Procedural Island cleroth 4 points ago in proceduralgeneration

    You don't need to know GPU programming for this.

    [–] What is the best way to compile and debug C/C++ in the terminal? cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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    [–] Why are string literal statically allocated arrays in C++? cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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    [–] r/science will no longer be hosting AMAs cleroth 1 points ago in science

    Did you guys try not stickying the AMAs? Did people just not upvote the AMAs enough for them to get visibility?

    [–] Don't Tell Anyone, But We Just Had Two Years Of Record-Breaking Global Cooling cleroth 1 points ago in Futurology

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    [–] Warcraft 3 marches on with its slow but steady resurgence - Invenglobal cleroth 1 points ago in Games

    This was the biggest issue. It was brought up during beta and Blizzard didn't care. I stopped playing SC2 pretty much because of it. The classic games bored me, the custom games were always the same shitty popular modes.

    [–] Update: We won the Net Neutrality vote in the Senate! cleroth 35 points ago in announcements

    wasn't the end of net neutrality supposed to end the internet?

    No.

    [–] Explicit destructor call cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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    [–] C++ refresher cleroth 1 points ago in cpp

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