On Friday, 31 October 2014 at 09:51:09 UTC, nomi wrote:
Also I think you are mistaking where the <<< >>> are actually>
used. Theare used in CUDA code, not in C++ code. While
CUDA is a variation on C++, it is still not C++ and has to pass
through a special parser that splits out the host code and the
gpu code to be compiled.

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