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Q: fmap for containers in c++

Yu CongI implemented a simple fmap for containers. However containers don't have a unified function to add elements. So I wrote different concepts for different containers. Is there a better way to implement this? #include <concepts> #include <iterator> #include <type_traits> // for tests #include <queue>

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Q: Benchmarking type generic algorithms on type heterogenous problem sets in Rust

LudvigHI need to benchmark the different code generations of a generic function in rust, for different type parameters. I ran upon this when developing differential equation solvers using nalgebra. I have various initial value problems (different float types and different vector shapes), and want to run...

1:52 PM
Q: Reading a file into lines with mmap vs getline

HarithI required a function to read a file line by line into memory for a text editor, and ended up with two routines. One uses getline(), and the other uses mmap. Code: #define _POSIX_C_SOURCE 200809L #define _XOPEN_SOURCE 700 #include <errno.h> #include <inttypes.h> #include <stddef.h> #include <s...

@toolic Do you still think this question should be closed?
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3:00 PM
@pacmaninbw: I wish I could see the EXACT close reason I selected. I never understood why SE hides this from regular users. Can Moderators see my exact reason?
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3:45 PM
@mod Why is using digit-separators in C code
breaking the syntax highlighting here: https://codereview.stackexchange.com/questions/292149/reading-a-file-into-lines-with-mmap-vs-getline ?
4:03 PM
Q: Using builder pattern and facade pattern in real project

JohnThe code below is used to upgrade the firmware of three different types of cameras. I am not good at design pattern. I wonder is it suitable to use builder pattern and facade pattern here. Since the constructor needs many parameters, I think it's better to use builder pattern to set the proproty ...

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Q: Simple drawing website using React

Tom GebelSo I have recently started learning web dev (including React since a few days ago), and I have tried to implement a simple drawing website that lets you change the brush size, color, and save the picture when you're finished. I would appreciate any advice regarding style, good practices in React,...

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6:45 PM
@toolic We can, you went with 'Code not implemented or not working as intended'
@toolic I'm pretty sure it was Code Not Working
@Mast How do I view that?
@Harith I think you'll have to file a bug report with highlight.js. See:
A: What is syntax highlighting and how does it work?

ben is uǝq backwardsWhat is syntax highlighting? Syntax highlighting allows code in posts to be highlighted based on the language it's written in, to make it easier to read. How does it work? When creating or editing posts, syntax highlighting is assigned to the preview based on question's tags as soon as you stop t...

@Mast Never mind.
6:48 PM
Note that it does show you more information now you're a moderator.
@Harith Unless you can tell for some reason it's already fixed there and not at SE, in which case I'd like to know in which version it was fixed so we can push for an update.
Thank you!
SE does not put much effort in getting highlighting fixed, but if a fix is already available asking for an update to fix something that would otherwise be a bug report... Sometimes possible.
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9:15 PM
@Mast Okay, I will take a look at the current issues. Does StackExchange support make albeit? I can't seem to get it to highlight correctly.

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