Message from C, C++ talks

July 2019

— Nope

— Lmao?

— Since C++98 and C99

— (maybe C11, not quite sure here)

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The compiler add return 0 at the end, but i think it's undefined behavior. And if it's not, it's bad practice

— I forget it

— It's arguable practice, but well defined behavior

— However yeah, it's not the issue here

— Don't use it, it's bad practice

— If you really don't want to do std::cout every time only do using std::cout;

— Don't use the whole namespace

— Since when do you do C++, I thought you were strictly C only?

— Haha shut up

— SIGSEGV

— Ok rart