>Use GNU+Linux for about a year now
>Proud of not being apart of the botnet
>Decide to configure my IDE some more (vscode)
>See this in auto config"telemetry.enableTelemetry": true
Do you#include <stdbool.h>
or#define TRUE 1
#define FALSE 0
typedef int bool;
or just let it be and use 0 and 1 and ints directly?
>use Linux for years
>get used to *nix goodies
>get new PC and decide to try a little gayming
>install Win10 Pro
>get bored of Windows again and dual boot with Arch on my SSD
>SLI doesn't fucking work, don't want to waste one of my GPUs
How cucked am I /g/? Does Microsoft own me now?
What's wrong with this?
nothing really. If you are working with integers, this is perfectly fine.
just remember that C always rounds down.
even floating point numbers have rounding errors. It depends on what you're doing really
I want to start using C and I am using the learn c the hard way series.
I have completed most of it but now I want to create a non-trivial program.
Should I use Clang or GCC?
Experienced C programmer using gcc
Why should I switch?
btw OP it probably doesn't matter very much which you use, you can always switch later and both are probably fine compilers
if you write standards-compliant code, which you probably are, you won't have to change any code when changing compiler
Great, now, what about testing? Do you have a list of C libraries that I could use?
I mean, I am using valgrind right now to sort of static check my stuff but I would like to have unit testing.
I am planning to do a little system monitor.
disclaimer this was a long time ago i just rember it
me and my friend were messing around when we come up to this website it was a white background only thing was i think about 7 rows of writing that we thought was Hebrew anyone know wtf this website is please let me know
I have an Iphone 4s that never charges to 100%, it goes to 65% to 0% in a few hours or minutes. I have changed the batery twice with new ones and that doesn't even chage. Did you have a problem similar to this? What is the solution to this problem?
>What is the solution to this problem?
It's probably because you are in another country and the outlet holes are different than in America
I've been interested in getting a turntable for a while. Are they impossible to find used in good quality? I imagine hipsters have driven the prices up by now. What should I look for?
This is about as meme as audio gets but it is fun.
good bold fonts for terminal?
or best fonts in general
ive been searching for months and i can't wrap my head around on which laptop to get for school. I've been eyeing on the thinkpad t450 (pic related) and im not sure if its the best laptop for my needs. Im basically gonna use it to code and use unity/blender on it so i dont really need an i7. lightness and battery are a plus!
>i hab money
dell xps 13, mbp
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You must a riot at parties
Can /g/ find a better deal?
Will someone explain to me how exactly credit/debit cards and card machines work? You swipe the card and funds are taken out of your bank account. This blows my mind
I have so many questions right now
WE FUTURISTS NAO!
It's 2055. What was the most impactful advancement of the last decade?
You think we'll seriously have to wait until 2040s for either of those? We already have the first and I'm pretty sure we'll have consumer versions of the latter before next year is over.
this is disgusting
Microsoft introduced a lot of improvements to Windows 10 Preview with the latest build 14361. A feature that probably received the highest number of changes is Bash on Ubuntu on Windows 10. Microsoft revealed a huge list of improvements for the Ubuntu Bash console of the Subsystem for Linux feature that will help Linux developers do an even better job now.
> that will help Linux developers do an even better job now
> on windows
kek. There are no "Linux developers" that use windows for development, though.
If said devs are using anything other than Linux for development, it's OSX, which doesn't need a "Subsystem For Linux" just to run coreutils and the GNU Toolchain.
>There are no "Linux developers" that use windows for development, though.
If I write webby shit that's deployed solely to Linux servers, how am I not a "Linux developer"? Seems vague to me, and your argument looks like Gran Autismo semantic whining.
>Ubuntu Bash on Win 10
>All of the drawbacks of a VM with none of the benefits
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It's not my "argument", and not my choice of words; I pulled them from the article.
Ever since their announcement months ago, they've hyped the "use *nix cli tools natively on windows" angle in articles. I guess they coin "Linux Developers" as devs that venture outside of Visual Studio and use 3rd party tools within terminals as a part of the development process.
I do agree with you though:
> I seriously do not see the point of this