Message from C, C++ discussions

November 2019

— Just take whatever comes in first


You don't understand the issue, yes, you receive transactions in an "order", but you have to uphold to ACID constraints, and the very idea of simultaneity breaks linearizability. you need to write data in a form of order, and this order have to prove the order of operations. Not dictate it, prove it. if one of the transactions succeeds and someone loses big bucks because he was not "chosen" first, you have not written a fair concensus and linearization

— When I say you may advocate your decisions facing a court, it is quite literal if you work for a multinaional financial institution or if you make software used by them

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— As there a nanosecond can mean an empire

— Interesting, but how do you actually get like the time you received something

— In finance it often happens they use network hardware that stamps packets with times synchronized with an atomic clock using PTP with a sub nanosecond accuracy

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— Because you have to be able to say: "this man was first on the deal"

— And to be able to prove it

— Simultaneity must be, like in nature, an impossibility

— To quote Joe Armstrong (may he rest in peace): "I am a physicist at heart, as such I must write computer systems that respect the laws of physics"

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— Who do i remove the "\n" that fgets add when input a string(array of char's)

— Is anybody know how to move my cursor into Line7 automatically after creating a demo.c file in Clion?

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