Message from C, C++ talks

October 2020

— Dp[i] = dp[i - 1] + i >= 2 ? dp[i - 2] : 1;

— Dp.end() - 1; should work

— /report

— Reported Desmond to admins.​​​​​​​​​​​​

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Hi can I put a unicode pacman in a variable of type char? I tested but the character that appears to me is always a "?". I saw that you can put a string inside but I need a char

— Hi. you can`t, char is usually one byte. width ofunicode symbol pacman is bigger than one byte

— What do you expect line if(str.at(i - 1) == '0') should do when i==0?

— /ban

— I don't know who you're talking about, you're going to need to specify a user...!

— Ok thx

— Char is always one byte

— Is it in standard?

— Yes

— It IS one byte.
Where size begin to fluctuate is ints and longs on 32 bit systems

— For example