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system error wrote:
LOL

Gold, plain and simple Smile Smile Smile

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Post 09 Dec 2016, 05:35
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system error



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redsock wrote:

system error wrote:
LOL

Gold, plain and simple Smile Smile Smile

That's a Laughing Out Loud optimized to 3 bytes. See if you can optimize it further Twisted Evil
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system error wrote:
So what are we discussing here that takes 3 pages long when there's no application code to talk about? Nothing but wild assumptions and "it depends".

That's how we come to a final answer, by discussing. It would be awful if all it took was one reply saying "it depends LOL" and then we're done. People have different view points and understanding levels. At least we came to the "right" outcome without someone telling us that there is one true result that is always true. Better to have the truth than some common sense "answer" that gets applied without proper thought or discussion. Common sense would've told us that cmov was "better" simply because if it wasn't then why does it exist. And as we have seen, it is not all clear cut and simplistic.
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system error



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revolution wrote:

system error wrote:
So what are we discussing here that takes 3 pages long when there's no application code to talk about? Nothing but wild assumptions and "it depends".

That's how we come to a final answer, by discussing. It would be awful if all it took was one reply saying "it depends LOL" and then we're done. People have different view points and understanding levels. At least we came to the "right" outcome without someone telling us that there is one true result that is always true. Better to have the truth than some common sense "answer" that gets applied without proper thought or discussion. Common sense would've told us that cmov was "better" simply because if it wasn't then why does it exist. And as we have seen, it is not all clear cut and simplistic.



it depends Razz
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