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  • Different Forms of Polymorphism

    In the previous post I teased a little about vtables, how they work, and whether people were familiar with them. Before I go into detail into that I'd like to rehash the notion of polymorphism first. It may be obvious already to OOP programmers or at least those who have been educated about OOP even...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 11-09-2012
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  • Source Control without Continuous Integration

    Having a source control system is a must these days, but I must say that coupling that with a continuous integration (CI) build system is just as important. It's really frustrating to pull the supposedly latest or most recent 'stable' or 'production' version of code from source control...
    Posted to cruizer by cruizer on 09-15-2011
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  • Using Generic Programming in cpp-netlib

    I wanted to write about this yesterday but I was dealing with the end-of-week correspondence and some phone calls I had to take. Somehow yesterday I wasn’t feeling up to it, so today I spent some time with cpp-netlib development and refactored an implementation to turn it into a generic algorithm...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 11-27-2010
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  • My Development Environment

    Some people have asked me about what my actual C++ development environment looks like. I’ve put off writing this post because I’ve mainly been concentrating on implementing the asynchronous server template in cpp-netlib (to be released in 0.8, but that’s another matter). Now though...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 11-08-2010
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  • Free/Delete Not Returning Memory To OS?

    As I do keep tabs on what’s going on with C++ around the web, I chanced upon this short and succinct article about ‘free’ and ‘delete’ not returning memory to the OS from Thought Garage which starts with: When you call free() or delete(), it will NOT really release any memory...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 01-05-2010
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  • Techniques and Realizations

    After a considerably long break during the holiday season of 2009, I got back into the development mood in the beginning of 2010. After implementing HTTPS support in the development version of cpp-netlib towards the end of the year, I then moved on to one of the seemingly harder parts of implementing...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 01-05-2010
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  • RAII is not Clear?

    One of the more basic and fundamental idioms of C++ programming is that of RAII. It’s so simple and fundamental that C++ seems to be the only programming language that supports this idiom. From Wikipedia, RAII is: Resource Acquisition Is Initialization, often referred to by the acronym RAII (or...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 01-03-2010
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  • Python in C++

    Sometimes you want to be able to write applications in C++ and expose a way of easily extending it by offering a scripting interface embedded to your application. Why re-invent the wheel when you can embed existing programming languages like Python into your C++ application? This article covers how you...
    Posted to mikhailberis by C++ Soup! on 01-03-2010
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  • Trimming that "untrimmable space"

    UPDATE : It seems Community Server stripped the actual CHAR(160) in @someStringWithPad, just so that it will be contrived append CHAR(160) at the @someStringWithPad variable. ;) Ever experienced trying the following code to trim a seemingly "space" padded string? DECLARE @someStringWithPad...
    Posted to Bonski's Box by bonskijr on 05-20-2009
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  • Some WCF Gotchas

    A project our team (in my employer) has been working on for a good number of months now makes extensive use of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). WCF is nothing really ground-breaking; its significance is that it unifies the various inter-process communication facilities into one common programming...
    Posted to cruizer by cruizer on 10-04-2008
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  • Using search engines from an IE6 address bar

    After using progressive browsers such as Firefox and Safari in my previous employers, imagine my dismay when I realised we were stuck with IE6. One of the things I missed as I had to step back and bear with old IE6 is the absence of the search bar. We're not allowed to upgrade to IE7 nor download...
    Posted to cruizer by cruizer on 09-03-2008
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  • How To: Reading the Assembly Information In .NET

    I've gotten this question 3 times in different flavors since last week and I've decided that it's time to post the solution in my blog. I've added comments on the code to explain what every line is doing. The code below will demonstrate how you can read the assembly information in both...
    Posted to Keith Rull by keithrull on 02-26-2008
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  • bcp and errorlevel checks

    we have a number of batch scripts at work which executes sql-related tasks for each of our project releases. last time, i incorporated errorlevel checks so we know if there was a problem with the execution and in order to abort the rest of the operations if something else has gone wrong. i was surprised...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 12-17-2007
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  • my first pocket pc

    i purchased my very first pocket pc last week and i have'nt really used it extensively. except for calendar and the gps software bundled which has been very useful travelling in this new country. i'm thinking of installing an rss reader so i can now catch up with my blog feeds during my two hour...
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 11-30-2007
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  • windows xp search containing text problems

    i've been told by one of my officemates that the windows xp search containing text does not work with all file types. of course mr. skeptical always verify it and was surprised that indeed it does not work for all file types, even with C# cs files! just sharing!
    Posted to jokiz by jokiz on 10-28-2007
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