(1) One can extract the return type and the argument types of a callable with the following trait:(2) Since C++17, one can define a template with template<auto>:
I'd like to create a list depending on the results of some functions. In Java (my background), I'd do something like:
I have a list of date frames:I am attempting to bind the data frames together into one data frame, unlisted. I want to pull only specific columns to make the end data frame however.
I have an application that generates 100's of text log files which are likeI need to select Host from these I tried
I am working through the exercises in the book "Learn C the hard way". Exercise 7 asks the reader to find the value which makes the range of an unsigned long exceed.
I have input element that can clear value when click the button. Also this input can be dynamically adding or remove input element. But I am stuck with when after add input element, the clear button is not working.
I would like to parse a file and determine if the number I've read is float or double. The file I parse is one of the matrices in Matrix Market format (like this: https://sparse.tamu.edu/HB/1138_bus).
Consider a randomly generated __m256i vector. Is there a faster precise way to convert them into __m256 vector of floats between 0 (inclusively) and 1 (exclusively) than division by float(1ull<<32)?
Inspired from this answer, which claims to subvert the access control system, I wrote the following minimal version of the hack