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Modified December 5, 2014

Advice of the day
(from TC++PL)

24.5[12] Make sure that a virtual function has a well-defined meaning and that every overriding function implements a version of that desired behavior; sec24.3.4, sec24.3.2.1.

FAQ of the day

Why must I use a cast to convert from void*?

Article of the day

Interview by Rogue Wave. April 2002.
C++ is a general purpose programming language with a bias towards systems programming that Belorussian translation
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
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