ARTS 打卡 -07
Given a non-empty array of digits representing a non-negative integer, increment one to the integer.
The digits are stored such that the most significant digit is at the head of the list, and each element in the array contains a single digit.
You may assume the integer does not contain any leading zero, except the number 0 itself.
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sudo apt-get install tmux
Create a session
tmux new -s <session_name>
List out all the running sessions
Attach to a running session
tmux attach -t <session_name>
tmux a -t <session_name>
2. git patch
Patch is a text file, whose contents are similar to Git diff, but along with code, it also has metadata about commits; e.g., commit ID, date, commit message, etc. We can create a patch from commits and other people can apply them to their repository.
Create patches for the latest N commits
git format-patch -N
Create a patch for a specific commit
git format-patch <commit_ID>
The above commands create .patch files inside the current working directory.
Modify the local files without creating commit
git apply <patch_name>.patch
Modify the file and create commit as well
git am <patch_name>.patch
"What is it?"
std::move() is technically a function - I would say it isn't really a function. It's sort of a converter between ways the compiler considers an expression's value.
"What does it do?"
You can plunder me, move anything I'm holding and use it elsewhere (since I'm going to be destroyed soon anyway)".
in other words, when you use
std::move(x), you're allowing the compiler to cannibalize
x. Thus if
x has, say, its own buffer in memory - after
std::move()ing the compiler can have another object own it instead.
"When should it be used?"
A typical use is 'moving' resources from one object to another instead of copying.
2. std::bind() & placeholders
How does bind() work?
Bind function with the help of placeholders, helps to manipulate the position and number of values to be used by the function and modifies the function according to the desired output.
What are placeholders?
Placeholders are namespace which direct the position of a value in a function. They are represented by _1, _2, _3…