That is easy. Both of you, the German and the English reader prefer the same pdf bundle: The C+ Memory Modell/ Das C++ Speichermodell.
Here are the results of the votings.
I had a lot of English voters but not so many German voters. That is strange. Although these posts had about the same number of readers, I had more than fifteen times more English voters. I guess, it is more difficult to involve German people in a voting. Maybe, that may change in the next votes.
Now, I have to prepare the bundles. Therefore, I will check once more the syntax/semantic of the posts, provide a cmake file for the source code, look for layout issues, and have to overcome the Umlaut encoding issues in the German posts.
I assume, that I will be done with both pdf bundles in about a week.
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