"C++ programming language: How it became the invisible foundation foreverything, and what's next"

By Lynn McGuire on Fri Nov 13 16:58:42 2020

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Re: Onwards and upwards

By Brian Wood on Sun Nov 22 11:19:28 2020

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Re: "C++ programming language: How it became the invisiblefoundation for everything, and what's next"

By Melzzzzz on Thu Nov 19 08:04:05 2020

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Validating the halt deciding criteria with a totally concrete example --- Step(1)

By olcott on Tue Nov 24 17:05:53 2020

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Re: It is known that a correct halt decider must return false (inthis case)[V4](Linz)

By olcott on Mon Nov 23 15:29:58 2020

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Re: It is known that a correct halt decider must return false (inthis case)

By olcott on Mon Nov 23 07:52:34 2020

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Is there a way to list all supported locales either the C- orC++-runtime?

By Bonita Montero on Fri Nov 20 16:12:11 2020

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std::sort slow due to allocating and deallocing memory?

By Philipp Klaus Krause on Sun Nov 15 17:14:16 2020

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It is known that a correct halt decider must return false (in thiscase)[V4](Linz)

By olcott on Sun Nov 22 19:24:42 2020

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Re: More explanation of my poem of Love

By Bonita Montero on Sun Nov 22 18:09:50 2020

Latest reply by Mr Flibble on Sun Nov 22 17:31:08 2020

A non-halting decider is defined

By olcott on Wed Oct 28 18:43:09 2020

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It is known that a correct halt decider must return false (in this case)[V3]

By olcott on Sat Nov 21 18:02:57 2020

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Halts() correctly decides the conventional counter-example of the HPproofs

By olcott on Fri Nov 20 12:11:49 2020

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Re: Hashing for unordered containers?

By Tim Rentsch on Sun Nov 8 23:17:31 2020

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Re: C++20 Designated initializers + struct member initializer

By Pankaj Jangid on Sun Nov 8 15:17:26 2020

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Re: Users needed

By Brian Wood on Wed Nov 18 06:57:24 2020

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Re: Why should a "c" programmer learn c++ ? (V2)

By Tim Rentsch on Tue Nov 17 19:32:39 2020

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Re: About my new software product and about artificial intelligence..

By Bonita Montero on Sat Nov 14 10:53:51 2020

Latest reply by Chris M. Thomasson on Mon Nov 16 15:09:07 2020

Re: My first ever YT coding vlog! (Creating a C++ logging frameworkfrom scratch)

By Mr Flibble on Sun Oct 25 15:06:29 2020

Latest reply by Brian Wood on Thu Nov 12 13:05:42 2020

Refuting the halting problem proofs by deciding the previously undecidable input

By olcott on Mon Nov 9 09:00:45 2020

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Re: Question on padding and alignment of `struct` and its members (olcott)

By Tim Rentsch on Sun Nov 8 23:03:27 2020

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Bollocks!

By Mr Flibble on Sun Nov 8 18:12:34 2020

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Re: T const

By Bonita Montero on Wed Oct 28 20:10:40 2020

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New Lightweight C++ Logging Framework

By Mr Flibble on Sat Oct 31 23:10:53 2020

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Minimum time for bruteforce

By Frederick Gotham on Wed Nov 4 13:54:07 2020

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Is bool no longer a primitive data type of C/C++ ?

By olcott on Mon Nov 2 10:31:20 2020

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std::getline( basic_istream<...> &&input, basic_string<...> &str )

By Bonita Montero on Fri Oct 30 08:01:35 2020

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Fat Binary - DOS Windows Linux

By Frederick Gotham on Mon Nov 2 06:23:30 2020

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Services - singletons reinvented

By Mr Flibble on Sun Nov 1 20:25:41 2020

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XanaNews Statistic for comp.lang.c++. 11/1/2020 6:19:19 AM

By The Doctor on Sun Nov 1 13:19:24 2020

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Re: Fat Binary - MS-Windows and four Linux

By gazelle on Tue Oct 27 15:41:42 2020

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"A Tour of C++ Modules in Visual Studio"

By Lynn McGuire on Fri Oct 30 21:20:33 2020

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Architectural design of a halting problem solution

By olcott on Tue Oct 27 14:30:21 2020

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olcott

By Mr Flibble on Thu Oct 29 20:30:41 2020

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Re: SOLUTION TO THE HALTING PROBLEM!

By olcott on Thu Oct 29 07:14:41 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ defining a non-halting decider ]

By olcott on Thu Oct 29 12:41:20 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ defining anon-halting decider ]

By olcott on Wed Oct 28 18:31:35 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ I dare youto prove that I am wrong ]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 12:37:22 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ I dare you to prove that I am wrong ] key definitions provided

By olcott on Tue Oct 27 10:20:59 2020

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Re: The x86utm operating system shows how the halting problem can bemade decidable

By Mr Flibble on Sun Oct 25 15:16:24 2020

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Re: The x86utm operating system shows how the halting problem can be made decidable

By Paavo Helde on Sun Oct 25 17:04:57 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ HP proof refutation has been provided ] correction

By olcott on Mon Oct 26 13:14:34 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ HP proofrefutation has been provided ]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 10:33:50 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ HP proof refutation has been provided ]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 10:07:58 2020

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Re: re-baseline

By Juha Nieminen on Mon Oct 26 07:28:40 2020

Latest reply by Stuart Redmann on Mon Oct 26 20:01:32 2020

Making the Halting Problem Decidable [ Includes deciding the PeterLinz proof counter-example ]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 20:33:58 2020

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Re: 64-bit vs 32-bit app performance, heavy in 64-bit FP

By Rick C. Hodgin on Sun Oct 25 12:11:34 2020

Latest reply by Chris M. Thomasson on Sun Oct 25 23:08:09 2020

Re: The x86utm operating system shows how the halting problem can bemade decidable [logical law of polar questions]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 17:14:05 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ HP proofrefutation Key Details]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 16:07:37 2020

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Re: The key aspects of x86utm are now finally complete [ HP proof refutation Key Details]

By olcott on Sun Oct 25 13:42:35 2020

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