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    You seriously don't know what "oss", "debug" and...

    You seriously don't know what "oss", "debug" and "src" mean? And why are you even bothering with them when they are set up by default?
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    That certainly simplifies things.

    That certainly simplifies things.
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    Saying individual operating systems are better at...

    Saying individual operating systems are better at specific things is not the same as saying individual operating systems are better overall. If the absolutely only thing you care about is TCP/IP...
  4. Taking a glance at the code is much quicker than...

    Taking a glance at the code is much quicker than cloning the git repo, not to mention installing Julia and all the other code for the benchmarks, compiling the code, running the benchmarks, writing a...
  5. You may very well be right, but it would be nice...

    You may very well be right, but it would be nice to see some information that is less than 15 years old.
  6. Assume that the string is UTF-8. What are the...

    Assume that the string is UTF-8. What are the types of counts and ch?
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    KDE has a very full-featured partition editor. ...

    KDE has a very full-featured partition editor. It should work fine in LXQt, especially once it is ported to frameworks 5.
  8. I did miss that. Although it only topples C for...

    I did miss that. Although it only topples C for 2, and loses for 4.


    Because I have enough work to do submitting patches for actual features to software I actually use on top of my normal day...
  9. So it looks like pretty much everything is slower...

    So it looks like pretty much everything is slower than C for Julia. I can't really see the axes on the plot, but it looks like one benchmark might be a bit faster (although looking at the C code I...
  10. For the record, as you can see this post was...

    For the record, as you can see this post was edited. gens replied to an earlier version, which as he correctly points out was wrong.
  11. How could the explanation be wrong if there...

    How could the explanation be wrong if there wasn't an explanation?
  12. All the benchmarks I have seen put Julia's...

    All the benchmarks I have seen put Julia's performance at about 6 times slower than C or C++. Do you have benchmarks showing Julia with better performance than C or C++ using the same libraires?
  13. So does Python and C++ (and matlab). The...

    So does Python and C++ (and matlab). The libraries are pretty much standard. Julia's advantage isn't the libraries, it is that it uses multiple dispatch to allow optimized code paths for different...
  14. Four primary reasons, at least for me: ...

    Four primary reasons, at least for me:


    (most important) Python has a much larger software community, with a much larger software ecosystem, and a lot more tools available. Further, those tools...
  15. I think you mean "log formats", since different...

    I think you mean "log formats", since different applications, libraries, and daemons write differently-formatted logs even to the same log file. So yes, with binary logs you need to know different...
  16. Please quote any supporter of systemd in this...

    Please quote any supporter of systemd in this thread saying that choice is bad. The problem is that the anti-systemd crowd is only looking at their own choice. They are ignoring the fact that...
  17. My point is that the one line example you gave...

    My point is that the one line example you gave does not do the same thing.
  18. It depends on exactly what approach you use. In...

    It depends on exactly what approach you use. In my case, I used the "index" method. This returns the index of the object in the list, or raises an exception if it isn't there. You can also just...
  19. I know this is hard for you to understand, but...

    I know this is hard for you to understand, but just because it doesn't suit your particular use-cases or workflow does not mean it is a "toy".
  20. No, they don't. As I said, the first and second...

    No, they don't. As I said, the first and second example use hash tables, the third uses a linked list. I know for a fact the third one is slower, I timed it.


    It is 7 lines because you need to...
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