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Programming Topics and CVu Journal Vol 16, #4 - Aug 2004

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XML as a Model-View-Controller System for Documents
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In this article I will describe how an MVC approach to the generation of documents can yield the same benefits that are traditionally seen with this approach to software design, and will introduce some XML [XML][Harold-] tools that can support this method. Finally, I will look at some of the alternatives to XML that could achieve the same separation of concerns.



Introduction to C# - Part 2
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Welcome to the second in a series of articles introducing the C# programming language. In the previous issue the basics of the language such as variables, methods and classes were covered. In this issue classes are covered in more detail highlighting an important feature called inheritance.



Creating Standard GUI Applications
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In this second installment of our series on GUI programming with the Qt C++ toolkit, we're going to see how to create a standard GUI application, with a menu, toolbar, status bar, and a central area.



C++ Templates - A Simple Example
Description : p>This article describes the C++ code for performing basic operations on matrices using templates.



An Introduction to Programming with GTK+ and Glade in ISO C and ISO C++
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This short tutorial is intended as a simple introduction to writing GTK+ applications in C and C++, using the current 2.0/2.2 version of libgtk. It also covers the use of the Glade user interface designer for rapid application development (RAD).



An Introduction to Objective-C
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This series of articles aims to introduce the Objective-C programming language to readers of C Vu, who are users of C and C++. I will try to show how the language manages to add object-oriented facilities to the low-level features of C in a way that is radically different from that of C++.