Joseph Mansfieldless info
|location||York, United Kingdom|
|visits||member for||1 year, 6 months|
|seen||Apr 9 at 9:50|
I'm doing a master's degree in computer science at the University of York, which is ranked first in the UK by duck density. I am, however, not a duck. On Stack Overflow, I'm particularly keen on the C++ language and asking/answering questions under c++.
My favourite questions/answers:
- Can I typically/always use std::forward instead of std::move?
- What does auto&& tell us?
- What are the differences between concepts and template constraints?
- C++11 Garbage Collector - Why and Hows
- What exactly is the difference between “pass by reference” in C and in C++?
- What are declarations and declarators and how are their types interpreted by the standard?
You can find me elsewhere:
What symbols should be used for YES and NO when the user can't read?
With all of these restrictions, it seems like you're only possibility is to have the answers as audio too. Perhaps you hover over one button and you hear "Yes, the sky is blue," and you hover over the other and you hear "No, the sky is not blue."