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Opaque structure types are used to represent named structure types that do not have a body specified. This corresponds (for example) to the C notion of a forward declared structure.

LLVM has several different basic types of constants. This section describes them all and their syntax.

Simple Constants

The one non-intuitive notation for constants is the hexadecimal form of floating-point constants. For example, the form ‘’ is equivalent to (but harder to read than) ‘’. The only time hexadecimal floating-point constants are required (and the only time that they are generated by the disassembler) is when a floating-point constant must be emitted but it cannot be represented as a decimal floating-point number in a reasonable number of digits. For example, NaN’s, infinities, and other special values are represented in their IEEE hexadecimal format so that assembly and disassembly do not cause any bits to change in the constants.

When using the hexadecimal form, constants of types half, float, and double are represented using the 16-digit form shown above (which matches the IEEE754 representation for double); half and float values must, however, be exactly representable as IEEE 754 half and single precision, respectively. Hexadecimal format is always used for long double, and there are three forms of long double. The 80-bit format used by x86 is represented as followed by 20 hexadecimal digits. The 128-bit format used by PowerPC (two adjacent doubles) is represented by followed by 32 hexadecimal digits. The IEEE 128-bit format is represented by followed by 32 hexadecimal digits. Long doubles will only work if they match the long double format on your target. The IEEE 16-bit format (half precision) is represented by followed by 4 hexadecimal digits. All hexadecimal formats are big-endian (sign bit at the left).

There are no constants of type x86_mmx.

Boolean constants Integer constants Floating-point constants Null pointer constants Token constants

Complex Constants

Complex constants are a (potentially recursive) combination of simple constants and smaller complex constants.

Structure constants Array constants Vector constants Zero initialization Metadata node

The addresses of global variables and functions are always implicitly valid (link-time) constants. These constants are explicitly referenced when the identifier for the global is used and always have pointer type. For example, the following is a legal LLVM file:

For example, the welcome video comes underneath all of this information?

When you take the option to watch the video series, then again GetResponse confuses terminology. They immediately talk about Building Your List – which is correct – but it contradicts with their naming convention of a campaign.

GetResponse needs to align their terminology with industry standards and make it more consistent.

GetResponse has several different pricing plans:

The Pro, Max, and Enterprise plans include additional features like Landing Pages, Webinars, and SalesForce integration, which we have not covered here.

Pro, Max, and Enterprise

So, sticking with the basic Email plan, monthly payment plans are bracketed by list size, starting at $10 per month for unlimited messages to up to 1,000 subscribers. Annual prepaid accounts receive a discount of up to 18% and biannual 30%. Special pricing is also available for registered non-profit organizations.

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>> Check our price comparison section at the end of this article to see how GetResponse stacks up against AWeber and MailChimp.

Ben Chestnut and Dan Kurzius co-founded MailChimp in 2001. The company started as a side project funded by various web-development jobs. Now it’s the world’s leading email marketing platform, sending more than a billion emails a day on behalf of its 12 million customers.

Signing up to MailChimp is simple. Along the way they collect information about you and your website that is used later in other settings.

There is no credit card payment taken at this stage.

Unlike AWeber and GetResponse, MailChimp offers a free account for an unlimited time. There are conditions and restrictions to the free account, but it does give you an extended period to trial the software. [More details later…]

Once you’ve entered your details arrive on a landing page – called the Dashboard – which is crystal clear. You’re invited to start using the software with clear calls to action; e.g. Create a Campaign, Create a List, Verify a Domain, etc.

There are Learn More prompts on each section, plus an invitation to download their Getting Started guide.

The user interface is uncluttered, and the marketing terminology is spot on. Navigation is kept simple:

MailChimp refers to their messages as Campaigns.

Campaigns are emails sent to subscribers in a list.

They offer four types of campaigns:

Regular Campaign Plain-text Campaign A/B Testing Campaign RSS Campaign

The message creation process is in three steps:

When you create a regular campaign you can choose from a few template options:

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