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Polymorphism in C++ – A Type Compatibility View
Description : Polymorphism can happen in many ways. Satprem Pamudurthy compiles an exhaustive matrix of approaches.
Category: [ Overload Journal #141 - October 2017 ]
Pooled Lists
Description : Christopher Baus explains the advantages of using a pooled memory allocation strategy for high performance applications.
Category: [ Overload Journal #76 - Dec 2006 ]
Portable Console I/O via iostreams
Description : Portable streaming is challenging. Alf Steinbach describes how his library fixes problems with non-ASCII characters.
Category: [ Overload Journal #140 - August 2017 ]
Portable String Literals in C++
Description : How hard can it be to make a file in C++ with international text literals in its name? Alf Steinbach shows us.
Category: [ Overload Journal #116 - August 2013 ]
Professionalism in Programming #24
Description :

There is more to life than increasing its speed” - Mahatma Gandhi

We live in a fast food culture. Not only must our dinner arrive yesterday, our car should be fast, and our entertainment instant. Our code should also run like lightning. I want my result. And I want it now.

Ironically, writing fast programs takes a long time.

Optimisation is a spectre hanging over software development, as W.A. Wulf observed. “More computing sins are committed in the name of efficiency (without necessarily achieving it) than for any other single reason – including blind stupidity”.

It’s a well-worn subject, with plenty of trite soundbites bounding around, and the same advice being served time and time again. But despite this, a lot of code is still not developed sensibly. Programmers get sidetracked by the lure of efficiency and write bad code in the name of performance.

In these articles we’ll address this. We’ll tread some familiar ground and wander well-worn paths, but look out for some new views on the way. Don’t worry – if the subject’s optimisation it shouldn’t take too long...

Source : Entered by hand
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #1 - Feb 2004 | Professionalism in Programming, from CVu journal ]
Profiting from the Folly of Others
Description : Code referred to as a hack can raise an eyebrow. Alastair Harrison learns about accessing private members of C++ classes by investigating a header called UninitializedMemoryHacks.h
Category: [ Overload Journal #156 - April 2020 ]
Program Challenge Report 3 and Challenge 4
Description : Francis Glassborow comments on his last challenge and presents a new one.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 30, #3 - July 2018 ]
Programming - Abstraction by Design
Description : Nigel Eke acts as a guide to aspect oriented programming using AspectJ as an example.
Category: [ Design of applications and programs | Overload Journal #77 - Feb 2007 ]
Programming Darwinism
Description : Have you ever thought your software had a life of its own? Sergey Ignatchenko wonders whether you might be right.
Category: [ Overload Journal #109 - June 2012 ]
Programming Your Own Language in C++
Description : Scripting languages allow dynamic features easily. Vassili Kaplan writes his own in C++ allowing keywords in any human language.
Category: [ Overload Journal #133 - June 2016 ]
Pure, functional, lazy ISBNs
Description :

Sometimes the best thing you can do to improve your productivity is to take a holiday; a fresh perspective can work wonders. I'm going to describe one of my favourite holiday destinations. Haskell

Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 12, #2 - Mar 2000 ]
Python has setdefault
Description : Silas S. Brown shares a quick tip on Python.
Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 31, #6 - January 2020 ]
Python Streams vs Unix Pipes
Description : Dealing with an infinite sequence requires some thought. Thomas Guest presents various ways to approach such a problem.
Category: [ Overload Journal #136 - December 2016 ]
QM Bites : Maximising Discoverability of Virtual Methods
Description : C++11 introduced override as a contextual keyword. Matthew Wilson encourages us to use it.
Category: [ Overload Journal #131 - February 2016 ]
QM Bites – Order Your Includes (Twice Over)
Description : Header includes can be a shambles. Matthew Wilson encourages us to bring some order to the chaos.
Category: [ Overload Journal #133 - June 2016 ]
QM Bites – The two sides of Boolean Parameters
Description : Boolean parameters are tempting but make life difficult. Matthew Wilson advises us to avoid them (almost) all the time.
Category: [ Overload Journal #130 - December 2015 ]

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