#C++ @ Libera.chat stats by TinoDidriksen

Statistics generated on Saturday 10 December 2022 - 0:01:24
During this 571-day reporting period, a total of 1780 different nicks were represented on #C++.


Most active times
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19781
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17408
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16604
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15096
3.2%
16532
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19031
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21074
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17955
3.9%
20158
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19874
3.9%
20505
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22091
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21668
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23159
4.8%
25260
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26810
4.9%
25677
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24081
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24888
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24373
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25364
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23723
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21045
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 PJBoy1103122065378323494701yesterday"{} void f() {} \\ void f() {}"
2 Alipha6907126924573096115904yesterday"Those aren't adjectives I'd use to describe c++"
3 ville554852818041979123776897yesterday"faLUKE: when you call a function like so: f(expr); the compiler d"
4 RandomReader502816908252552258872196 days ago"oh I missed that, interesting"
5 CarloWood4021268638131118045736250 days ago"How to I check if a template parameter A is or is derived from B<"
6 cbreak3786169701133615803355012 days ago"no classes with constructors"
7 Eelis3345470557140091848233yesterday"oh there's the polymorphic allocator stuff"
8 anyone2317263495832727268282 days ago"what reasoning would there be to suggest it has reduced memory"
9 TinoDidriksen211470947628469236204 days ago"Union is a class-key, hence calling it class."
10 fluter205244888670016691yesterday"hi, is it possible to create a constexpr lambda ?"
11 AliceMeows162514837058052716305yesterday"I am no longer sure what is correct and what is wrong"
12 InPhase1464439562457284494 days ago"stefanos82: The real problem is not move the name of the concept,"
13 megaTherion1182644093633461053012 days ago"same with the mutex objects too?"
14 faLUKE11382083633156317996yesterday"and why standard C++ doesn't? This could be terribly confusing"
15 xardas1101218241333309813815 days ago"Is it something to do with the Linker ?"
16 zz10919422236441112725164 days ago"{ auto x = chrono::steady_clock::now(); }"
17 kalven10733061091325269704yesterday"because there's no string object there"
18 vancz10613651991153821274071 days ago"Can I make this work somehow?:"
19 bpalmer99633912920632215654yesterday"I mean, you have things like std::vector which guarantee the X&&"
20 Zogatribe873942434441170975 days ago"corrected: https://i.imgur.com/5o8GCVl.png"
21 Raziel86718419521027899546 days ago"https://wandbox.org/permlink/kbwSOQ8kVBQpy0Gr"
22 Hash8592611781492718205107 days ago"the bits of a programming lang you need to know"
23 fiesh854376350115123422 days ago"half my code is `std::remove_cvref_t<decltype(x)>` -- the other h"
24 wakeup8431874462107840214 days ago"well, modules are only fully supported by the microsoft compiler"
25 Oxyd80511975374237119054 days ago"(Also, disappointed you can't just do ->*{…} for some reason.)"


These didn't make it to the top:
chris64 (742) teut (725) tct (712) John99 (682) rpav (656)
imMute (653) Gamah (590) rajkosto (588) [o (572) Feuermagier (514)
smallville7123 (487) evangeline (478) Eelis_ (478) carrot98[m] (473) veverak (454)
arch-angel (440) urdh (407) BurumaSerafuku (396) celphi (360) hoppity (350)
danieldg (347) hnOsmium0001 (345) Franciman (344) NyB (331) pa (327)
yotsugi[m] (326) Juliu (324) cplusplus (299) bitmask (298) Batzy (294)

By the way, there were 1725 other nicks.

Big numbers
Is yates stupid or just asking too many questions? 40.4% lines contained a question!
Guest69 didn't know that much either. 40.0% of his/her lines were questions.
The loudest one was Zoinkers, who yelled 15.4% of the time!
Another old yeller was lorimark, who shouted 11.3% of the time!
It seems that FAT1337's shift-key is hanging: 5.1% of the time he/she wrote UPPERCASE.
For example, like this:
     <FAT1337> $ * *MAX +1 :|

RokerHRO just forgot to deactivate his/her Caps-Lock. He/She wrote UPPERCASE 3.8% of the time.
FAT1337 is a very aggressive person. He/She attacked others 4 times.
For example, like this:
     * FAT1337 slaps Alipha with a rainbow trout

SuperNintendoSUX can't control his/her aggressions, either. He/She picked on others 1 times.
Poor FAT1337, nobody likes him/her. He/She was attacked 2 times.
For example, like this:
     * FAT1337 slaps FAT1337 with a rainbow trout

chester seems to be unliked too. He/She got beaten 1 times.
RokerHRO brings happiness to the world. 16.8% lines contained smiling faces. :)
WarauSalesman isn't a sad person either, smiling 14.8% of the time.
RokerHRO seems to be sad at the moment: 8.8% lines contained sad faces. :(
CarloWood is also a sad person, crying 6.8% of the time.
npaperbot wrote the longest lines, averaging 164.3 letters per line.
#C++ average was 69.4 letters per line.
hamburger wrote the shortest lines, averaging 17.4 characters per line.
FAT1337 was tight-lipped, too, averaging 22.4 characters.
Alipha spoke a total of 115904 words!
Alipha's faithful follower, PJBoy, didn't speak so much: 94701 words.
acidtonic_ wrote an average of 70.50 words per line.
Channel average was 12.22 words per line.

Most used words
 Word Number of Uses Last Used by
1 would 4763 Alipha
2 there 3916 AliceMeows
3 function 3822 tinloaf[m]
4 which 3060 p2plife
5 about 2630 Alipha
6 class 2276 p2plife
7 because 2177 Alipha
8 think 1979 bpalmer
9 using 1864 faLUKE
10 should 1835 faLUKE

Most referenced nicks
 Nick Number of Uses Last Used by
1 a 36037 PJBoy
2 some 2553 p2plife
3 Alipha 1053 faLUKE
4 PJBoy 664 zxd
5 thing 617 Eelis

Most referenced URLs
 URL Number of Uses Last Used by
1 https://godbolt.org/ 11 Eelis
2 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/container/vector/vector 9 Eelis_
3 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/compiler_support 9 Feuermagier
4 https://stackoverflow.com/questions/3106110/what-is-move-sem 9 faLUKE
5 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/constraints 9 Alipha
6 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/variant/visit 9 Eelis_
7 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/dependent_name 8 Alipha
8 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/new 8 fluter
9 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/range-for 8 faLUKE
10 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/value_category 7 Alipha
11 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/storage_duration 7 yates
12 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/utility/launder 6 Alipha
13 https://isocpp.github.io/CppCoreGuidelines/CppCoreGuidelines 6 ville
14 https://github.com/alipha/cpp/tree/master/endian 6 Alipha
15 https://en.cppreference.com/w/cpp/language/operator_preceden 6 zz

Other interesting numbers
frex wasn't very popular, getting kicked 3 times!
For example, like this:
     *** frex was kicked by TinoDidriksen

Holocaust seemed to be hated too: 2 kicks were received.
TinoDidriksen is either insane or just a fair op, kicking a total of 12 people!
TinoDidriksen's faithful follower, ville, kicked about 7 people.
Strange, no op was given on #C++!
Wow, no op was taken on #C++!
PJBoy always lets us know what he/she's doing: 35 actions!
For example, like this:
     * PJBoy doesn't trust a book that says STL

Also, Alipha tells us what's up with 31 actions.
CarloWood talks to him/herself a lot. He/She wrote over 5 lines in a row 113 times!
Another lonely one was PJBoy, who managed to hit 100 times.
APic has quite a potty mouth. 2.2% words were foul language.
blahblahblah also makes sailors blush, 2.0% of the time.

Latest Topics
Standard C++ specifications and code. || Current standard: ISO/IEC 14882:2020 (a.k.a. C++20) || https://isocpp.org/faq || pastes: https://godbolt.org || stats/logs: https://i.pjj.cc/lb || other channels: #c++-general #c++-basic #c++-social #geordi 263 days ago at 08:08 by ville
The topic was set 1 times.
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