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C Vu Volume 31 · Issue 3 · July 2019

Contents


  • WRITEME
    Editorial.
  • A Case for Code Reuse
    Pete Goodliffe considers the case for code reuse.
  • Who Are You Calling Weak?
    Spencer Collyer muses on the surprising strength of weak_ptrs.
  • The Early Days of C++ in UK C User Groups
    Francis Glassborow looks back on the formation of the ACCU.
  • Code Critique Competition 118
    Set and collated by Roger Orr. A book prize is awarded for the best entry.
  • Beyond Code Criticism
    Daniel James considers issues that might lie behind code like that in Code Critique 117.
  • The Standards Report
    Guy Davidson introduces himself as the new Standards Officer and makes his first report.
  • Reviews
    The latest roundup of reviews.
  • View from the Chair

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