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When they operated on my father, did they open my mother's mail?
"I have no idea what I did, but I'm taking full credit for it." - ThisOldTony
"Common sense is so rare these days, it should be classified as a super power" - Random T-shirt
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With some luck, perhaps your account is not on the list, and this can by checked on the website of Troy Hunt “have i been pwned?”, afaik. Tested this myself recently , the website seems like a good idea ...
I've been coming up on haveibeenpwnd for years.
One is a hack of a website that copied data from LinkedIn and the other is a scrape of a MongoDB database that copied data from LinkedIn
Both instances contain only public data I believe, since they probably copied it from my LinkedIn page directly.
Still, it's a frightening thought that services that I didn't even sign up to (heck, I don't even know) are still leaking my data.
People say "just don't create a FB account", but they don't know FB is still tracking you through things such as like buttons on other pages you visit.
If you think not creating an account (on FB, Google, Amazon...) will keep you safe you're going to have a bad time.
And that's why we need strict regulation.
Except people don't care because "they've got nothing to hide" and so big tech can grow even bigger and keep collecting abusing our data
// a 1-bit monochrome pixelusing mono1 = pixel<
channel_traits<channel_name::L,1> // 1 bit luminosity
I spent the last two weeks working on a graphics library, only to find out after all is said and done that part of it doesn't work correctly.
None of this is supposed to generate code that executes at run time - except a single assignment from the const value 1, but it won't initialize
The problem is in order to make it work correctly, I need to redesign a significant portion of it.
All of this could have been avoided if the C++ compiler would have thrown an error on my constexpr marked routines like it should have. I know why it didn't - because the offending bits were in a template function which wasn't being instantiated - but still, it should have, because I say so.
I haven't used it either. Never heard of it, in fact, because C++11 is still good enough for me!
My cursory investigation also found a constinit. The three of them (with constexpr, which I like as a substitute for extern const) are mutually exclusive, and the new ones (unlike constexpr, I believe) guarantee that an item is folded at compile time. If not, error.
I guess I misunderstood the problem, I was under impression it's due to heisenexpr functions (constexpr function not being required to be evaluated at compile time). Invoking consteval function in non-constexpr context will cause compile error, so these kind of issue can be detected earlier.
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