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Scary Mommy: An honest look at motherhood

Автор: Gloriazed от 30-05-2004, 22:52
Scary Mommy: An honest look at motherhood

My first son was delivered via c-section at 35 weeks after an ultrasound revealed he ceased growing due to placenta previa. I knew early on in my pregnancy that it was a possibility I wouldnt be able to deliver vaginally, but being in denial, I never bothered to ask what the recovery process was life if I did indeed go under the knife. I figured, by comparison to pushing a baby out and getting ripped from the rooter to the tooter, a c-section would be a cake walk. Sitting in my OBs office, hearing that I was heading over to surgery and would have a baby by happy hour, I was scared and ill-prepared. I didnt know what I was in for, exactly. I just figured theyd wheel me in, Id lay there like a corpse, and then hours later Id be sitting up in bed, holding a baby, looking glowing and happy in an adorable robe like Rachel in Friends.

Sucker. This is, after all, major surgery. I mean, my husband saw my intestines being pulled out, for crying out loud. I...

GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection

Автор: medakadMt от 25-05-2004, 20:48
GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection

GCC has been accepted as a. Students, mentors and project ideas welcome! Intel AVX-512 support was added to GCC. That includes inline assembly support, new registers and extending existing ones, new intrinsics, and basic autovectorization. Code was contributed by Sergey Guriev, Alexander Ivchenko, Maxim Kuznetsov, Sergey Lega, Anna Tikhonova, Ilya Tocar, Andrey Turetskiy, Ilya Verbin, Kirill Yukhin and Michael Zolotukhin of Intel, Corp. A port for Altera Nios II has been contributed by Mentor Graphics. The is mass-compiling GCC (stage1 only) regularly, catching build errors early.

A port ...

ASP.NET

Автор: SpencerSl от 11-05-2004, 02:32
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We've decided what Haskell type to represent the C function with, what the result data will be represented by, and how its memory will be managed. We've chosen a representation for flags to the

Автор: RodneySa от 1-05-2004, 13:24
We've decided what Haskell type to represent the C function with, what the
result data will be represented by, and how its memory will be managed. We've
chosen a representation for flags to the

Function, and worked out how to get C strings to and from code inspecting it. So let's write the complete function for compiling PCRE regular expressions from Haskell: -- file: ch17/PCRE-compile. Hs compile :: ByteString - [PCREOption] - Either String Regex compile str flags = unsafePerformIO $ useAsCString str $ pattern - do alloca $ errptr - do alloca $ erroffset - do pcre_ptr - c_pcre_compile pattern (combineOptions flags) errptr erroffset nullPtr if pcre_ptr == nullPtr then do err - peekCString = peek errptr return (Left err) else do reg - newForeignPtr finalizerFree pcre_ptr -- release with free() return (Right (Regex reg str)) That's it! Let's carefully walk through the details here, since it is rather dense. The first thing that stands out is the use of, a rather infamous function, with a very unusual type, imported from the ominous System.

IO. Unsafe -...