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An Introduction to Objective-C
Description :

Part 5 - The Philosophy Behind Objective-C


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 17, #2 - Apr 2005 ]
Multiple Streams Going Nowhere

Source : C++ output streams ostream
Category: [ Programming Topics | Overload Journal #65 - Feb 2005 ]
Wx - A Live Port - Part 3
Description :

In this, the final part of the series, Jon rounds off the port of an application from MFC to wxWidgets.


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 17, #1 - Feb 2005 ]
Memory For a Short Sequence of Assignment Statements
Description :

This is the second of a two part article describing an experiment carried out during the 2004 ACCU conference. The previous part was published in the previous issue of C Vu. This second part discusses how the if statement part of the problem affected subject performance.


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 17, #1 - Feb 2005 ]
Elephant - A C++ Memory Observer
Description :

Elephant is a C++ memory observer. It keeps track of all calls to new and delete via custom implementations of operator new and operator delete.


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 17, #1 - Feb 2005 ]
Writing Custom Widgets in Qt
Description :

In the fourth installment of our series on cross-platform GUI programming with the Qt C++ toolkit, we are going to write a custom widget using Qt. The widget in question is a "scribble" widget (see Figure 1) - that is, the drawing area of a simple paint program


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 16, #6 - Dec 2004 ]
What's in a Namespace?
Description :

In this article I will visit the mechanics of namespaces and anonymous namespaces and explain how they are used to solve some of the problems associated with linking C++ programs. Then I will move on to explain how they can also be used to provide context.


Category: [ Programming Topics | CVu Journal Vol 16, #6 - Dec 2004 ]

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