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C Vu Volume 31 · Issue 2 · May 2019

Contents


  • Full Nine Yards
    Editorial.
  • Avoid Stagnation
    Pete Goodliffe cautions us against allowing our programming skills to become stale.
  • Building C#/.NET, Go, and Ruby Programs with libCLImate – Part 1: Ruby
    Matthew Wilson demonstrates command-line processing.
  • Assembly Club
    Ian Bruntlett compares dialects of assembly code.
  • Code Critique Competition 117
    Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry.
  • Challenges
    Francis Glassborow revisits old challenges and sets a new one.
  • Bookcase [Part 1]
    The latest roundup of book reviews.
  • Bookcase [Part 2]
    The latest roundup of book reviews.
  • View from the Chair

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