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comment What is Ogre::String?
std::string does not store Unicode characters. It stores 8-bit codepoints. Those codepoints might happen to be valid UTF-8, but that's neither here nor there. The Standard library has basically zero support for Unicode.
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answered Libraries for multi threading
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answered A star algorithm implementation problems
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answered Trying to make a game with C++, using lists to store bullets and enemies, but they are not erased
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comment Trying to make a game with C++, using lists to store bullets and enemies, but they are not erased
There is no such thing as operator~ on a pointer. The destructor is not an operator.
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comment QuadTree: store only points, or regions?
Yeah, I can tell, and I did.
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23
answered QuadTree: store only points, or regions?