saturating_add vs. saturating_int – new function vs. new type?

Make Beautifully Resilient Apps With Progressive Enhancement

The roads not taken

Issue #194

3/31/2022

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saturating_add vs. saturating_int – new function vs. new type?

Published: 29 March 2022
Tags: c++


Jonathan Müller discusses the different approaches of "implementing integer arithmetic that saturates instead of overflowing" in C++.


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Make Beautifully Resilient Apps With Progressive Enhancement

Published: 28 March 2022
Tags: html, javascript, web


Austin Gil shows how to build out a simple pizza ordering form and server routing using progressive web app techniques to account for users who have JavaScript disabled.


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The roads not taken

Published: 28 March 2022
Tags: crypto


Vitalik Buterin explores the alternate solutions that could've been used in the implementation and development of the Ethereum blockchain.


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