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No. I said: "an almost invisible _"

Why did you mention it if it's not a problem? Why did you agree with me that it's not a problem if it is a problem?

I can't see any possible reading other than it's suffering from visibility issues. If you meant something else, you need to be clearer.

saying that 0.00001 is smaller than 0.0001, doesn't make the latter not small

It does if 0.0001 is considered not small. "_" stands for ",", and "," is not considered invisible, almost invisible or in any way visibility-impaired in that same situation.

But of course, you already know this even though you argue against it.

Here you go: static int var[NO_OF_THREADS];

That's completely wrong. Threads are just one form of interpreter. You'd need a dynamically sized array, so static storage is impossible.

But of course, you already know this even though you argue against it.

No. I said: "stupid, bordering on criminal".

If being "stupid, bordering on criminal" is not a problem, we're not talking the same language.

Your opinion does not override, negate or change my opinion.

Please note than when I provided my opinion in turn, you berated me for stating it. If you want respect, show some yourself.

In reply to Re^10: Win32, fork and XS globals by ikegami
in thread Win32, fork and XS globals by syphilis

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