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This is an accounting question, not a programming question. This site is for programming (code) or programmers tools related questions. You can find more information about this site in the tour and help center. — Ken White 41 secs ago
 
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Questions asking for the best way are by definition opinion-based, which makes it off-topic here. This is also a question and answer site, not a here's my list of questions site. If you have multiple questions, they need to each be in their own post. It's also a site for specific questions relating to programming (code) or use of programmers tools, and your current question is by no means specific. You'll find your experiences here will be much better if you spend some time taking the tour and reading the help center pages to learn how the site works. — Ken White 26 secs ago
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Practically, register has only ever been a hint to the compilers that compilers are permitted to largely ignore, and most modern compilers largely ignore the hint because they can do a better job of optimisation than programmers. Practically, the net effect of using register has been little more than a means to preventing taking the address of a variable. Rather than worrying about micro-optimisations (like using register) focus on finding and using better algorithms - a programmer can achieve much more by picking better algorithms and letting the compiler sweat the small stuff. — Peter 55 secs ago
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Of course you don't agree. Novice programmers invariably think that they can optimise better than compilers. With experience, they learn they are sadly mistaken. — Peter 55 secs ago
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@SoftwareEngineer deduced based on the question that the method is not intercepted and my understanding that the point cut points to an external library class. I never posted this as an answer and the comment was a hint on what could be wrong. And there is no evidene here that the logger IS a spring-bean either — R.G 57 secs ago
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Aconcagua well, that sounds very odd, because I believe I saw in TC++PL, one of the reason that the C++ was designed to free the programmers from necessity of the assembly routines to optimize their codes. — user12924498 57 secs ago
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Peter perhaps you are right if C++ is designed for novices, however, I believe that C++ was designed for serious programmers, and letting open the possibility to suggest the compiler seems not very bad idea. — user12924498 43 secs ago
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In such a case a programmer might do better because he has some additional knowledge unavailable to the compiler. But that's very rare these days and only really experienced programmers will be able to actually produce better results than the compiler... — Aconcagua 24 secs ago
 
 
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foreach is simpler and can be used multiple times. while is more complicated for new programmers. — Dharman 57 secs ago
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this question should probably be posted here softwarerecs.stackexchange.commvidelgauz 30 secs ago
 
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Always. These things don't make me unhappy (and sorry if I sounded as if I were). I just want to keep the next generation of programmers to not make the same old mistakes, so they can spend their time making lots of new ones. ;-) — DevSolar 46 secs ago
 
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This might be a good question for the Software Engineering StackExchange site. — Solomon Slow 1 min ago
 
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production code is often post-processed, meaning you do not see the original code, which the programmers maintaining the site are editing. — ASDFGerte 11 secs ago
 
 
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People can and do ask for homework help here, however this looks off-topic for stack overflow because: 3. Questions asking for homework help must include a summary of the work you've done so far to solve the problem, and a description of the difficulty you are having solving it. Please edit the question add this. Please, also read this Open letter to students with homework problems. — dbc 8 secs ago
 
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If an implicit conversion can avoid using an extension method then it gets favored. An implicit conversion from ulong to float can't make many programmers happy, but that's the way it rolls. — Hans Passant just now
 
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Asking for library/software recommendations is explicitly off topic. See: help center, How to Ask, tour. — AMC 1 min ago
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And what exactly have you tried to accomplish this? What you're asking is not something that can be quickly written down into an answer. It would require writing half a book for you to fully understand it all. Perhaps it would be time to read What topics can I ask about and How to ask a good question. SO is not the place to ask for a tutorial, nor the place to find free programmers. Your question should show that you've put some effort into solving your own problem. — icecub 30 secs ago
 
 
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Welcome to Stack Overflow. Please read Open Letter to Students with Homework Problems. You can't just dump your problem statement here and expect us to do it for you. It's also a good idea to take the tour, read about what's on-topic in the help center, and How to Ask. — Chris 34 secs ago
 
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Mathieu Guindon vs. Simon Forsberg: 16589 diff. Year: -611. Quarter: -611. Month: -305. Week: -50. Day: +10.
 

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