#C++ @ Libera.chat stats by TinoDidriksen

Statistics generated on Saturday 10 December 2022 - 0:01:24
During this 7-day reporting period, a total of 60 different nicks were represented on #C++.


Most active times
5.0%
284
4.2%
239
3.9%
219
5.3%
301
2.9%
165
2.1%
120
2.7%
153
2.4%
137
3.6%
201
3.9%
220
4.2%
238
4.2%
236
3.0%
167
3.3%
185
4.7%
266
6.9%
390
4.2%
237
5.1%
285
5.0%
279
5.5%
312
3.7%
209
3.7%
210
4.3%
240
5.3%
299
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23
0-5 = 0-5 6-11 = 6-11 12-17 = 12-17 18-23 = 18-23

Most active nicks
 NickNumber of linesWhen?Number of WordsLast seenRandom quote
1 Alipha2125562954349yesterday"tinloaf[m]: std::declval<T&>()"
2 faLUKE20893615944065yesterday"anyway: all clear, now. thanks"
3 cplusplus826319586yesterday"just mindless preaching and hindsight"
4 jellie5312415053 days ago"Hello, say I'm calling a fn which takes a ptr to vector<pair<a,b>"
5 Eelis53241829688yesterday"int* is literally a LegacyInputIterator"
6 PJBoy41216914287yesterday"assuming "MPU6050.h" is also fine"
7 p2plife392514532yesterday"putting aside performance implications"
8 ville39113817593yesterday"warning, error... there is no requirement"
9 Juliu35357555 days ago"inline is just a suggestion to the compiler"
10 jaggz3434410yesterday"PJBoy, it happened at compile time right? hmm.."
11 anyone30729123212 days ago"does not look like the log is complete"
12 fordcars3043234985 days ago"But I really want to use concepts because they look awesome"
13 mictty231492164 days ago"concern is that Im going to push it too c++20"
14 stefanos82201109265yesterday"https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/types/enable_if"
15 linkdd20202164 days ago"like, if a < b, then b < a is false"
16 computerquip16511187yesterday"Would be nice if they weren't needed."
17 chris6416411191yesterday"Tyaku: you can use either virtual inheritance or CRTP"
18 Guest2715151333 days ago"Alipha, btw, where are you from?"
19 kaichiuchi1414128yesterday"but now, I'm having trouble with [end, start]"
20 tinloaf[m]1111244yesterday"Hi. I have a `template<class T> struct …` in which I need, in a"
21 Svitkona1073593 days ago"probably... i haven't actually gone through it"
22 kalven1043391yesterday"I omit it unless it's needed"
23 RandomReader10101956 days ago"siw5ohs0 - no that's satire, like a lot of the entire site"
24 bpalmer936163yesterday"oh, sorry, that I didn't think about."
25 michaelis8261302 days ago"Hi! Could someone please help me and tell me why this build faile"


These didn't make it to the top:
Zogatribe (8) peepsalot (8) AliceMeows (8) badnerd (8) Guest2710 (6)
zxd (6) Yakov (5) rpav (5) veverak (5) fiesh (5)
Oxyd (4) fluter (4) rajkosto (3) APic (3) xisop (3)
CattoDoAMeow (3) yates_work (2) m_ben (2) frank__ (2) sparr (2)
Raziel (2) siw5ohs0 (2) ysdlb (2) TinoDidriksen (2) fordcars64 (2)
vdamewood (2) isabella (1) lh_ideapad (1) manx (1) Inline (1)

By the way, there were 5 other nicks.

Big numbers
Is Guest27 stupid or just asking too many questions? 40.0% lines contained a question!
chris64 didn't know that much either. 31.2% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was fordcars, who yelled 13.3% of the time!
Another old yeller was ville, who shouted 5.1% of the time!
It seems that Juliu's shift-key is hanging: 2.9% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     <Juliu> *PRAGMA

jaggz just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 2.9% of the time.
Nobody beat anyone up. Everybody was friendly.
Guest27 brings happiness to the world. 20.0% lines contained smiling faces. :)
PJBoy isn't a sad person either, smiling 14.6% of the time.
stefanos82 seems to be sad at the moment: 5.0% lines contained sad faces. :(
jaggz is also a sad person, crying 2.9% of the time.
Juliu wrote the longest lines, averaging 118.0 letters per line.
#C++ average was 85.1 letters per line.
chris64 wrote the shortest lines, averaging 31.7 characters per line.
PJBoy was tight-lipped, too, averaging 38.5 characters.
Alipha spoke a total of 4349 words!
Alipha's faithful follower, faLUKE, didn't speak so much: 4065 words.
Tyaku wrote an average of 45.00 words per line.
Channel average was 14.77 words per line.

Most used words
 Word Number of Uses Last Used by
1 function 85 tinloaf[m]
2 which 66 p2plife
3 static 66 faLUKE
4 class 60 p2plife
5 would 44 Alipha
6 about 43 Alipha
7 iterator 42 Alipha
8 should 35 faLUKE
9 could 31 faLUKE
10 because 31 Alipha

Most referenced nicks
 Nick Number of Uses Last Used by
1 Inline 76 Alipha
2 Alipha 72 faLUKE
3 faLUKE 51 Alipha
4 Eelis 19 faLUKE
5 Juliu 14 Alipha

Most referenced URLs
 URL Number of Uses Last Used by
1 https://godbolt.org/z/KhG9xqeGs 3 faLUKE
2 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3106110/what-is-move-sem 3 faLUKE
3 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/memory/monotonic_buffer_re 2 faLUKE
4 https://github.com/jrowberg/i2cdevlib/blob/master/Arduino/MP 2 jaggz
5 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3279543/what-is-the-copy 2 faLUKE
6 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/38043442/how-do-inline-v 2 faLUKE
7 https://lwn.net/Articles/249460/ 1 RandomReader
8 http://coliru.stacked-crooked.com/a/1ccf99b2b36902da 1 anyone
9 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/1307876/how-do-conversio 1 zxd
10 https://itanium-cxx-abi.github.io/cxx-abi/abi.html#vague 1 Eelis
11 https://paste.debian.net/hidden/da87325a/ 1 jaggz
12 https://godbolt.org/z/7r619zxne 1 jellie
13 https://paste.debian.net/hidden/8cdbe5f1/ 1 jaggz
14 https://github.com/alipha/cpp/blob/master/enum/example.cpp#L 1 Alipha
15 https://paste.debian.net/hidden/78ebc479/ 1 jaggz

Other interesting numbers
Nice opers here, no one got kicked!
Strange, no op was given on #C++!
Wow, no op was taken on #C++!
cplusplus always lets us know what he/she's doing: 2 actions!
For example, like this:
     * cplusplus suspects they will need more than that :)

Also, Alipha tells us what's up with 1 actions.
jaggz talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 2 times!
Another lonely one was jellie, who managed to hit 1 times.
Nobody is foul-mouthed in #C++! Get out much?

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