Message from C, C++ discussions

December 2019

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I worked mostly in game design for a game with an engine made by a colleague. The engine had multiple iterations made in C++03, which is still (and sadly) the heart of the C++ in most companies, as switching towards more moderns iterations of the language requires a whole lot of training

— Thanks

— Jesus cxx03

— Thats awful

— I have multiple colleagues working on migrating codebases from C to C++11 and C++03 to C++17, both migrations are very complex mostly due to the sheer amount of changes in the language to learn and due to people not using the <algorithm> library

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— I have luck I'm alsone so I can easly use C++ 17 and migrate to C++ 20 when it comes out

— Derek please ask me in a group chat I'm in before pming me thnx

— What would you like?

— What happened?

— Nothing much. Just him saying hello and I get too many pms so I was just asking what he wanted here

— You must do it one by one element, this is not Fortran, so no, int an array at once is not possible