I spend way more time working on my site than on my poasts:
Or just, you know, read a book.
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downloading K&R, they do *not* say that you shouldn't use bitfields, but they do say that
> Almost everything about fields is implementation-dependent. Whether a field may overlap a word boundary is implementation-defined. Fields need not be named; unnamed fields (a colon and width only) are used for padding. The special width 0 may be used to force alignment at the next word boundary.
Fields are assigned left to right on some machines and right to left on others.
This means that although fields are useful for maintaining internally-defined data structures, the question of which end comes first has to be carefully considered when picking apart externally-defined data; programs that depend onsuch things are not portable. Fields may be declared only as ints; for portability, specify signed or unsigned explicitly. They are not arrays, and they do not have addresses, so the & operator cannot be applied to them.
Which, I think, is as close as an anti-recommendation as you can get without running naked through the street and screaming "DO NOT USE THIS OR THE NONBINARY CHILDREN OF BEELEZEBUB WILL DEVOUR YOUR KNEECAPS AND ELBOWS AND REPLACE THEM WITH LITTLE HAIRY CREATURES THAT MAKE STINKY TEA"
I want to become the world expert on initially extremely specific questions (e.g. ) and then progressively move to broader & broader ones
You're a frickin' content system! You should have *content* about how you get your information, who makes it, how it gets aggregated, whether it's readable, etc.
Trivial inconveniences, people! This is important!
This is ofc subpoasting the golden.com wiki, which attempts to replace Wikipedia?
But, looking at their website, I'have now spent 5 minutes trying to find a text that tells me why, as an editor, I should contribute to their thing and not Wikipedia. This should be a BIG LINK at the top of their landing page. You need to be 10x better than Wikipedia for anyone to consider you, *especially* editors.
But Wiki is also too big to be controlled by 500 people
Rare @TetraspaceGrouping lore: they mod ~40 subreddits, most of those related to geological time periods
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