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The time is 2019-12-11T00:00:00Z and @Duga is alive
 
 
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ML Classification 0.0020760617778642445 (Old classification 0.43)
@user4581301 The crux of the matter here is: how do YOU manage to write code that isn't based on sequentially consistent operations and STILL be able to have CONFIDENCE on your algorithms. It may look like a poll but it isn't, I'm looking for practical guidelines that programmers can use w/o being abstraction experts; who the hell is capable of writing whole programs (non trivial ones) under the thread formalism (happen-before, modification order, value seen...) presented in the C++ std? — curiousguy 36 secs ago
 
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