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Modified December 21, 2016

Advice of the day
(from TC++PL)

15.7[3] Use a virtual base to represent something common to some, but not all, classes in a hierarchy; sec15.2.5.

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Article of the day

Trouble with programming. MIT Technical Review. November 2006.
C++ is a general purpose programming language with a bias towards systems programming that Translations:
I (Bjarne Stroustrup) am the designer and original implementor of C++. You can find the language, the techniques for using it, and the techniques for implementing it described in my books, my papers, in hundreds of books by others, and thousands of papers by others. There are far too many to list. Try a bookstore or a library. Answers to many questions about C++ can be found in