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Introduction To C#
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In this article I will focus on the basic features of the language, future articles will cover more advanced topics such as inheritance, interfaces and attributes. After reading this series of articles you will have a basis for determining if C# is for you.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #3 - Jun 2004 ]
Going GUI with Qt
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Welcome to the first installment in a series of articles exploring GUI programming with the Qt C++ toolkit.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #3 - Jun 2004 ]
Writing Maintainable Code
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Recently, I've been thinking hard about what makes code maintainable, and how to write code to be maintainable. This interest has partly been driven by the mentoring of those starting out in C++ that I've been doing, both through the ACCU mentored developers program, and for work.

The principles I've identified have not really been hidden; since they've been widely documented for years, and they're actually things that most good developers do as a matter of course. However, as with many things, you don't necessarily realize their benefits until you rediscover them yourself.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #2 - Apr 2004 ]
I_mean_something_to_somebody, Part Two
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This is the second of a two part article describing an experiment carried out during the 2003 ACCU conference. The first part was published in a previous issue of C Vu (15.6, December 2003) and discussed the background to the experiment and some of the applicable characteristics of the subjects taking part; this one, the second, discusses the results of the experiment.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #2 - Apr 2004 ]
Francis' Scribbles
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Look at the following code and decide what is wrong with it. When you have done so, decide what it has to do with the previous section in particular and this section of C Vu in general - well actually the whole of your life.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #2 - Apr 2004 | Francis' Scribbles from CVu journal ]
C++/CLI, Ecma TC39/TG5,and SC22/WG21
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There have been many languages for writing applications, but relatively few foundation platforms which support applications that are written in various different languages. We've had assembler (proprietary), then C (an ISO standard), and now we have the Common Language Infrastructure (CLI). The CLI standard is ISO/IEC 23271; the same content is also available online at http://www.ecma-international.org/publications/standards/Ecma-335.htm.


Category: [ CVu Journal Vol 16, #2 - Apr 2004 ]

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