I would say there is a nearly equal chance that Tesla is dissatisfied at their capabilities and realizes they need to bring it in-house to better serve themselves.
In any case, that is what Tesla needs to do if MobileEye is unwilling or can't build autonomous cars.
- dereferencing pointers to multi-byte values can cause errors on some processors when the pointer address isn't word-aligned, but will work just fine on others
When was the last time you saw someone do that?
Not to a democracy.
Dang it dude, how can you possibly have read my previous posts and think that I was talking about a transition to democracy? Screw your head on straight.
The same logic works for many other languages
Looks like I have to have a go at R some time these days though.
What about R is attracting you?
software engineering/programming people is that they don't care about reusability, and it shows; once the project is done they move on to the next one. The people producing C libraries (like myself) are happily reusing the libraries we wrote two decades ago without having to rewrite them to use in another language.
That's quite a statement! And maybe true....
Object-oriented is a fad!
I wouldn't have believed you 10 years ago, but now OOP is out and uncool. The new hip people all program in functional style (and OOP is messing everything up). I'm waiting for someone to discover the new imperative programming paradigm.
PL/I -- "the fatal disease" -- belongs more to the problem set than to the solution set. -- Edsger W. Dijkstra, SIGPLAN Notices, Volume 17, Number 5