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06.03.2004Saturday 6 March – A quiet and restful day

I wake and do stuff, etc.
I started my stopwatch code. If I knew C, it would be much easier. We start with the default “Hello World” application that Visual Studio creates. They make it in the most complicated C++ manner possible I believe, to demonstrate C++ features I suppose, but it doesn’t seem to be a very easy basis for writing a C application on. It took me ages just to figure out what was going on.
After chatting and coding, it is not time for bed.

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