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Pop, Braces, and Library: PROGRAMMING C THE LANGUAGE INDEX 269 pointer initialization 102, 138 102, 198 pointer, nul ptrdiff t type name 103, 147, 206 push function 77 pushback, input 78 putc library function 161, 247 putc macro 176 putchar library function 15. 152, 161, 247 puts library function 164, 247 inter subtraction 103, 138, 198 pointer to function 118, 147, 201 pointer to structure 136 pointer, void 93, 103, 120, 199 pointer vs. array 97, 99-100, 104, 113 pointer-integer conversion 198-199, 205 pointers and subscripts 97, 99, 217 pointers, array of 107 pointers, operations permitted on 103 Polish notation 74 pop function 77 portability 3, 37, 43, 49, 147, 151, 153, 185 position of braces 10 postfix ++and46, 105 pow library function 24, 251 power function 25, 27 #pragma 233 precedence of operators 17, 52, 95, 131-132, qsort function 87, 110, 120 qsort library function 253 qualifier, type 208, 211 quicksort 87, 110 quote character, 19, 37-38, 193 quote character, "8, 20, 38, 194 r carriage return character 38, 193 raise library function 255 rand function 46 rand library function 252 RAND MAX 252 read system call 170 readdir function 184 readlines function 109 realloc library function 252 recursion 86, 139, 141, 182, 202, 269 199 prefix ++ and-46, 106 preprocessor, macro 88, 228-233 preprocessor name,--FILE-254 preprocessor name,LINE. 254 preprocessor names, predefined 233 preprocessor operator, # 90,230 preprocessor operator. ## 90.230 ursive-descent parser 123 To understand recursion, you must first understand recursion.

To understand recursion, you must first understand recursion.

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Journey, Parents, and Relationships: Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow Every time a checkout operator in Tesco asks if we're brothers. #comingoutday 11/10/2016, 20:46 5 RETWEETS 15 LIKES Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we answer the door to Jehovah's Witnesses #comingoutday 02 Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we go to hold each other's hand in the street, and then think better of it. #comingoutday 12 Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time my parents pause for a nanosecond before introducing him as my partner #comingOutday 4 Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we buy bedding and wonder if we're being too 'obvious' #comingoutday Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we join a conversation about relationships and see someone flinch because we're going into TMI territory #comingoutday Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we speak to an insurance sales person and have to select 'living with partner' because there's no better option #comingoutday 0 2 Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h Every time we've bitten our lip as a child shouts abuse in the street, and we're afraid to anger their parents by responding #comingoutday Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow 13h And this weekend, when a B&B proprietor assumed one of us was part of another couple staying there. #comingoutday 2 Gareth Dimelow @gdimelow I came out 22 years ago. And yet it still feels like l'm doing it every single day. So here's to everyone on that journey. durinsfolk: scottymouth: hotmesspandaexpress: this🙌🏽 :( People don’t understand this when I explain it to them.

durinsfolk: scottymouth: hotmesspandaexpress: this🙌🏽 :( People don’t understand this when I explain it to them.

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Match, Vector, and Std: me C++ Remembering emins colo _cnu cxx: :operator=-(const -gnu_cxx:: normal iteratora, const-gnu_cxx:: normal_iterator&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl_iterator.h:799:5: note: template bool ーgnu_cxx: : operator== (const-gnu. cxx: :一normaliterator8, const-gnu_cxx: : normal_iterator&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl algo.h:190:4: error: no match for operator-' in c-first.-gnu_cxx: :_normaliterator : :operator* [with-Iterator = std::vector*, Container std ::vector >, 一gnu_cxx ::-normaliterator: :reference std ::vector&]() = = == va /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl algo.h:190:4: /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl pai std::pair&, const std: pai es are :201:5 note: templ ate bool std::operator(const /usr/inclu 幵74.6/bits/st4 erator .h:285: 5 : templa bool note: const std: :reverse iterator&) std::operator /usr/include/c++/4.6/ std::operator- (const std: tl iterato h:335:5: note: template bool iterator&, const std::reverse_it usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/al1 :122:5: note: template bool std::operator-(const td: allocator&, const std::allocator usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/allocator.h:127 std:allocator&, const std::allocator&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl_vector.h:1273:5: note: template bool std: :operator (const std: vector&, const std::vector&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/ext/new_allocator.h:123:5: note: template bool 一gnu_cxx : :operator=-(const-gnu_cxx ::new allocator&, cor-gnu_cxx : : new-allocator&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl iterator.h:805:5: note: template bool ーgnu_cxx : :operator-(const-gnu_cxx ::-normal-i erator8, const-gnu_cxx:: mplate bool std::o normal_iterator&) /usr/include/c++/4.6/bits/stl iterator.h:799:5: note: t - nu cxx : :operator== (const _normal_iterator&) gnu cxx :: normal iterators, const gnu cxx :: It really do C like that sometimes

It really do C like that sometimes

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Ass, Dank, and Future: A person with school degre ust a hi Harambe x10 and it comes back around and kills you A trolly that is carrying 300 puppys An infinite amount of Your mother watches eople Some boring road 1/2 chance + a bomb at the end harambes killer multiplying and going down all aths 297,025,271 babies that are vital for the earths future. They are ugly thoug You are standing on a hill and look down to see a trolly full of 300 puppys that is clearly unstopable, and is heading towards a track intersection. There is a person with only a high school degree who has controll of the path of the trolly, but is clearly lost at what to do.If he does not pull it, it rolls down path B, killing an inifinite amount of people, and there is a bomb at the end, killing all the puppies. If he pulls it once, it travels down path A, killing 10 harambes, and looping back around to kill the operator. If he pulls it twice it will travel down road C, killing harambes killer, but also 297,025,271 babies that are vital for earths future and existance, but the babies are ugly. If he pulls the lever 3 times, it will travel down road D, leading to another intersection with a 50/50 chance of either going down a boring ass road, but it has a half chance of multiplying and going down every single road. Your mother is watching it all, but can't say anything as a promise to her former lover, but she is watching what you are going to say. What do you shout at the high school graduate? Meirl by Martin21 MORE MEMES
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Doctor, Fashion, and Party: Canadian Dr.'s reply to companies requiring medical note after sick day... Dater: Ou Dear Employer: An employee of your company visited my office/emergency room for the purpose of obtaining a medical note to satisfy your company s absenteeism policy This request is a non-insured service, not funded by Medical Servic Insurance As a business operator in Nova scotia, I am asking for your support in elping to alleviate an unnecessary pressure on the health-care system.I hoping you wil] consider rvisiting your current absenteeism policy, and remove the requirement for your employees to obtain a medical note for missed time from work This policy creates an unnecessary burden on the health-care system and also exposes seriously 111 patients in my office to viruses that could cause detrimental consequences to their health. In most cases, the best remedy for a patient with an isolated illness (i.e., gastrointestinal virus or common cold) is to stay home, rest and drink fluids. Coming to a doctor's office or an emergency room for a medical note does not complement their recovery If, for whatever reason, your business decides to continue to require a physician to authorize their employees absenteeism, I wil1 require your employee to bring with them a written request from the organization for th medical note. Upon providing the service I will invoice your company 520.00per medical, note. This is a standard practice when providing non- medical necessary services for third-party organizations As Canadians we are lucky to have our health-care system, but the ability to access its services in a timely fashion is a growing problem. Health-care providers, business operators, governments and individuals all have a role to play to ensure its sustainabflity hope your business will consider changing your current absenteeism policy and therefore contribute to reducing the unnecessary burden on our health-care system and improve access for other Nova Scotians. Sincerely srsfunny:Reply From Canadian Doctor

srsfunny:Reply From Canadian Doctor

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