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QuestionWhy isn't the copy constructor called Pin
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I'm somewhat impressed by this compiler, but the compiler is allowed to means that it could behave differently under different compilers, especially if the construction of the temporary object has side effects.
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QuestionWhy do I get "undefined reference to..." when trying to call a C-function inside a .cpp-file? Pin
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QuestionWhat's the closest thing to an anonymous struct/array I can achieve that compiles with GCC? Pin
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