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Programming Topics and Overload Journal #109 - June 2012

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Programming Darwinism
Description : Have you ever thought your software had a life of its own? Sergey Ignatchenko wonders whether you might be right.

What’s a Good Date?
Description : Implementing a data type seems simple at first glance. Björn Fahller investigates why you might choose a representation.

Tail Call Optimisation in C++
Description : Stack based languages can be very powerful, but often can’t deal with arbitrary recursion. Andy Balaam finds a way around this limitation.

All About XOR
Description : Boolean operators are the bedrock of computer logic. Michael Lewin investigates a common one and shows there’s more to it than meets the eye.

Curiously Recursive Template Problems with Aspect Oriented Programming
Description : Hugo Arregui, Carlos Castro and Daniel Gutson work out how to combine two useful techniques.

Valgrind Part 2 – Basic memcheck
Description : Learning how to use our tools well is a vital skill. Paul Floyd shows us how to check for memory problems.