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2016-01-07 19:04
Recently I was having a tough time trying to add support for long paths to some piece of software running on Windows OS. If you did some work with file I/O on Windows you would definitely kn… Read More
2013-09-29 05:30
    Hi there, this time I want to share some thought about how one can provide undo/redo support in his application. First of all, let's try to figure out what undo or redo means f… Read More
2013-03-04 20:07
Yesterday I tried to implement the quick sort algorithm in C++. I think everyone knows the algorithm, and it seems very easy-to-do stuff, but it took me about 1.5 hours to complete and polis… Read More
2013-02-13 10:43
I wanted to share a piece of knowledge on virtual functions in C++, then I thought it might be useful to make a little introduction to virtual functions, then only come back to the main topi… Read More
2013-02-09 20:39
   Virtual function is the most common way to support one of the three concepts of object-oriented programming, namely, polymorphism. So what is polymorphism? Wikipedia says the fo… Read More
2012-09-26 20:46
    One good feature of C++ compilers is automatic implicit type deduction for template functions, i.e. retrieving template argument types from the passed formal parameters.templat… Read More

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