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Well, the literal reason for closage is questionable. But IMHO the post looks a lot like one of those micro-optimization questions where the only viable answer is "it will most probably depend on the specific compiler, maybe the compiler version and the optimization options used, as well as from the difference between your real code and the code posted ...


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I see some issues with the question. One of them is the unclear problem statement, since the question seems to contain three different ones: What is the "preferred way" of storing small sets of data in Java? Why does the "Yaml library from Bungeecord" has sometimes loading errors / how can I deal with them? Is there another, more ...


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It is a contradiction, and its used as a truism by incredulous individuals wishing to exercise arbitrary control to their narrow preference on what questions should be asked. Take this question here: Why is/was Bjarne opposed to adding strong/opaque typedefs to the core language of c++? It was closed for being "opinion" based. When I asked how ...


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Why both have been closed, and how can I make them on-topic ? Just because your question is closed, does not mean it was off-topic. Those that maintain stackexchanges tend to have very conservative temperments, and dealing with them are often an absolute pain because they end up narrowing the scope of what is allowed to be asked, often based on their own ...


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One of three things happens with questions like these. One option is it turns into a hunt to find a particular blog post, paper, or book where the person clarifies their stance. Resource requests like this have been determined to be off-topic here. Another option is that the answer hasn't been given anywhere and people guess or share their opinions. A third, ...


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