In C++ it takes more than 5000 lines of code to properly implement optional - a value and a bool (hopefully without bugs and design flaws - fingers crossed! and let's not mention build times…).
The talk outline is as follows:
It's time to treat C++ as assembly and the C++ ecosystem as just another platform which a language such as Nim can target. Typescript is a bright example of a better tool for software development on top of a stable system.
About the Speaker - Viktor Kirilov
With 7 years of professional experience with C++ in the games and VFX industries, Viktor currently spends his time writing open source software (since 01.01.2016) - and occasionally doing some contract work. His latest work has been the implementation of hot code-reloading at runtime for the Nim programming language. He is also the author of doctest - "The fastest feature-rich C++11 single-header testing framework". His interests are the making of games and game engines, high-performance code, data-oriented design, cryptocurrencies, optimizing workflows and incorporating good practices in the software development process such as testing and the use of modern tools like static analysis or instrumentation. Viktor is from Sofia, Bulgaria and his profession is his hobby.
Personal website: http://onqtam.com/.
Some require and some are not. But acceleration programs might require you to build one. I’ll tell you how I made a computer program for the competition.
Ok so before we move on and jump into writing and running 64 bit programs (because all programs today are 64bit these days no? j.k.) let's have a look how to compile a simple program for each of those architectures. This knowledge should also help you better understand how to start a nano VM and "debug" problems that might arise.
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C is an evergreen language and is widely used across different industries. This language is a must for students and working professionals to become good Software Engineer, especially when they are working in a Software Development Domain. Great Learning brings you this live session on ""C Programming for Beginners"". In this live session, we will be covering major concepts of C, starting with the syntax of the language. Then we will be covering topics such as comments, tokens, variables, etc. Then we will look at different data types and operators used for various mathematical operations, post which we will conclude our session with in-built libraries and conditional statements wherein we will talk about if, else if, nested if, and else block, and how multiple conditions can be replaced by a switch case. We will also understand the concepts of loops wherein we will talk about while loops, for loops and do-while loops including their similarities and differences.