I Love that New Syntax Smell

C++ articles, code snippets, musings, etc. from Andy RichIf this is your first time here, you may want to check out my blog introduction.

  • I Love that New Syntax Smell

    Context-sensitive keywords

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    If you've used Managed Extensions, you're familiar with the CLR types that __gc and __value exposed.  These have now been replaced with the context-sensitive keywords ref and value . Context-sensitive keywords?   That's right. ...
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    C++ feature "lag," native types on the GC Heap, a plug for some software I like

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    Garrett points out: I *am* a tad sad that C++ tends to lag a generation behind C# on features in .NET. I realize that's likely due to the larger effort required, with less resources than C#, and it seems that C++ is less ...sexy... than C#, but...
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    Post categorization

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    I've added a new post category: post responses, specifically for answering posts. That way, if you're not interested in that, or if you're only interested in that, you can use the links at left to help filter my communique. By the way, the intention of...
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    Branbray on handles

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    I was going to give a short introduction to the C++ handle (^) today.  But, Brandon did such a good job, I think I'll just link to his article .
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    Thanks for all the fish...

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    The powers-that-be in charge of the GotDotNet have decided to discontinue the blogs on this site. We're being asked to propogate our blogs over to weblogs that are provided by asp.net. Believe me, if I had my choice, I would stick with BlogX and...
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