Message from C, C++ discussions

January 2020

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‘”This is my first C project that I have published: https://github.com/Asdew95/Brainfinterpreter
It's a Brainf*** interpreter with support for syscalls with the % command. The support is identical to the one of the interpreter systemf.
Could anyone do a quick code review of the code? I have never before had my code seen by anyone, and I would like to know what I have done in a bad way.”'

— And like I said, you may have a 30 line function that require extensive testing even in a very small project (for example, cryptographic functions)

And I am angry due to your repeated statements belittling a mental disability

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— Totally wrong lol

— The fact the code works isn't the only thing that matters

— Particularly in languages that may exhibit different behaviors on different platforms like C and C++

— Exactly. Moreover tests are usually easily manageable on little projects, thus you'll gain a lot with a little effort. There's really no point about creating bad projects just because they're small

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— The only real domain where unit testing is really hard is when doing rendering. For that it is almost impossible to test things properly

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— That guy hasn’t worked on a really big projects lol

— Maxi second edition

— I had guessed so

— From his bio he is just an advanced skid