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Do a segmentation error! -Braincruzer
Will you explain how negative numbers are encoded? -chronaldragon
What would be the difference if you used c++ classes instead of structs? -chronaldragon
Does the order of variable declaration affect their memory packing?
Show a segmentation error
Why are their 18 columns in the memory window?
Why use char and short if they get padded to 32 bits like ints anyway?
In case you weren't aware, the twitch stream doesn't stop when you kill the webcam video
What is the arrow operator?
Why didn't big endianness become the thing instead of little endianess? Conversely, if Sony is in a world where little endianness is dominant in x86, why would they make things harder for everyone by chosing big endiannes for the ps3? -idiocracy
Aren't the sizes of short, int, and long determined by the CPU and memory architecture rather than always being 16-bits 32-bits etcettera?
After the pragma on the struct you could rearrange declarations so it's 11 bytes but on 3 of the 4 32-bit bounderies...
How do you feel about functional programming?
Is there a difference between combining multiple statements into a single line in the resulting code or is it just to save on typing?
Is there a particular reason you cast the projectile pointer to a char pointer instead of an int?
I don't know about the packing. I'm pretty sure it just puts the variable at an address in memory that is a multiple of that variables size.
Will Q&A continue when you start the main series?
I'm new here. What is the goal of your stream and are you streaming stuff like this again?
If pointers are always point to one byte, why are there ever any types besides unsigned char?
Couldn't it[the platform decision] also be to make emulation harder?
Yesterday you said why you plan to use visual studio as only a debugger, but you wouldn't be using the editor. What will you be using to edit code/compile if not using visual studio?
What are these dword, word, and qword things in the win32api? I know they're typedefs so I'm asking why they exist.
Not really directly related to the content of the stream, but do you think c++ has beaten c as the standard for game programming?
How do you psychologically deal with not having visceral results for something you've been programming for a long time?
You should really put a link to the handmade hero website in the twitch pages description.
What do you think about rust for game development? Have you tried it out yet?
Not sure you covered pointer dereference, but that would solve some arrow operator questions people were asking.
In the past video you seem to dislike microsoft substantially. What do you think of many of their new open-source free initiatives announced recently? -quantumplation
Thank you and closing thoughts