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  • Blog Post: Using template specialization in C++

    We all know that C++ templates can be used to write generic code, e.g. template <typename T> class Array { … }; Then we can use the same template to generate code for different template parameters. This is called instantiation of the template. e.g. Array<int> x;...
  • Blog Post: Using C++ Member Function Pointers

    I don't know about you, but the C++ syntax for member function pointers always eludes me. Every time I would spend half an hour or more deciphering MSDN to get the exact syntax, only to completely forget it the next time. Oops. I can think of three reasons why this is happening: The C...
  • Blog Post: How Would You Get the Count of an Array in C++?

    The question is simple: given a C++ array (e.g. x as in int x[10] ), how would you get the number of elements in it? An obvious solution is the following macro ( definition 1 ): #define countof( array ) ( sizeof ( array )/ sizeof ( array[0] ) ) I cannot say this isn’t correct...
  • Blog Post: Solutions to the Phraser programming challenge

    On 3/29/04 I posted a programming challenge : given a telephone number, find all possible ways to represent it using English words and digits. Several people have submitted their solutions. This page contains a list of all the entries I received, in the order of submission. It will be updated as I receive...
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