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This article, by Scott Mitchell, shows how to store (and load) the data generated by the Microsoft Chart Controls to disk or some other store.
The code calculates the value of Pi to arbitrary number of digits such as 100, 1000 etc. The article describes the theory behind the code.
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Learn how to use SQL Modeling Services to hunt for interdependencies without having to access source code.
Improve Exception Safety In Your C++ Applications by Annotating Functions That Don't Throw Exceptions
Your compiler assumes by default that almost every function might throw an exception. As a result, it might generate suboptimal code. C++0x now lets you explicitly annotate functions that never throw with the [[nothrow]] attribute. Find out how to use this attribute to write efficient and self-documenting code.
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