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php extension mcrypt must be loaded

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Difference between interfaces and classes in Typescript

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Mixing JavaScript and TypeScript in Node.js

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How can I define a type for a CSS color in TypeScript?

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JQuery string contains check

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Difference between 'new operator' and 'operator new'?

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if - else if - else statement and brackets

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codewithmosh NodeJS course asks me a few times to change my NODE_ENV - doesn't work on windows?

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Trim to remove white space

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jQuery .html() vs .append()

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The difference between Map() and map () from Purrr package in R

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The Definitive C++ Book Guide and List

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Awesome ASP.NET and C# tutorials for beginners

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Why variance in R is different? [duplicate]

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SQL Server CASE .. WHEN .. IN statement

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Lower and Upper Bound in case of Decreasing/Non-ascending vector

Both std::lower bound and std::upper bound must have an increasing (non-decreasing) order as their objective. By giving a comparator as the 4th parameter of the functions, you may modify the meaning of "growing." To work with descending vectors, use std::greater. #include<iostream> #include<vector> #include<algorithm> #include<functional> using namespace std; int main() { ...READ MORE

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Mac M1 C++20: Missing std::convertible_to and std::forward_iterator concepts

Clang from Homebrew is a good option (or compile one by yourself).  You may also look at the features that have been incorporated on Clang's official website. ❯ clang++ --version Homebrew clang version 13.0.0 Target: arm64-apple-darwin21.1.0 Thread ...READ MORE

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Has Windows an integrated built-in C/C++ compiler package?

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Android open camera from button

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When to use abstract classes

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Object Oriented Programming Basic Concept(C#)

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I don't understand inheritance with base classes

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Definition for rule '@typescript-eslint/no-shadow' was not found

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lower_bound == upper_bound

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C++ binary operator overloading

The language defines several fundamental types, such as int and double.  Objects are instances of fundamental kinds. Let's pretend you have: struct Foo { ... }; You can use non-member functions to overload the operator+ function. Foo operator+(Foo , ...READ MORE

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Are virtual functions the only way to achieve Runtime Polymorphism in C++?

fprintf is a polymorphism function in the C programming language. It can print to a file, stdout, a printer, a socket, or whatever else the system can represent as a stream if you supply it different handles. FILE* file = fopen("output.txt", "w"); ...READ MORE

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How to pass in command line arguments when using ideone?

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Use of min and max functions in C++

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jQuery vs document.querySelectorAll

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Difference between :hidden and :not(:visible) in jQuery

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C++ auto keyword. Why is it magic?

Auto was a keyword that C++ "inherited" from C and had been around for a long time but was almost never used because there were only two possibilities: it wasn't allowed or it was assumed by default. C++11 introduced the usage of auto to denote an inferred type. Similarly to how template type deduction works for function templates, auto x = initializer deduces the type of x from the type of initializer.  Consider the following function template: template<class T> int whatever(T t) { ...READ MORE

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Constructor Overloading in C++

In your function Object() { [native code] }, Node(Game(),v); does not work as expected.  It simply creates a temporary without actually using it, and has no effect.  When control passes over the ;, it immediately destroys the temporary. Initializing the members in each function Object() { [native code] } is the correct way to go.  You could put their shared code in a private init() member function and call it from each function Object() { [native code] }, as shown below: class Foo { public: ...READ MORE

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How to distinguish between left and right mouse click with jQuery

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How to add and remove classes in Javascript without jQuery

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How to get all css properties and events of a html element with jquery or other libraries?

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