I found it frustrated when I found some of my basic assumptions not true.
And I realized that, whatever I am doing, I always assumes something in pervious.
So I use this page to note some interesting assumptions made by me or I met, regardless they are proved true or false finally.
Basic
Everybody Can Distinguish between Facts and Opinions
Well, with my personal experience, that is not true. So I personally suggest this video.
Everybody Knows Basic Probability Theory
Though I don’t mean how to prove Chebyshev’s inequality or calculations about normal distribution, I tend to think that is not true. I tend to think to put something about the relationship between frequency and probability, and independence to elementary education is necessary.
Programming
quicksort
Is Always the Fastest Sorting Algorithms
false, when the array is not that long, inserting sort is much faster.
Atomic Operations of Integral Types (such as int64) Are lockfree
false, it depends on the hardware.
Doc: GCC: Builtin Functions for Memory Model Aware Atomic Operations
You can check via compiling and run the following codes:
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