Notifiers make anonymous communication between objects in a system possible. They are also easy to understand, providing a seamless migration as new developers are introduced to a project. This article describes the design and implementation of Notifiers in C++.
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The article describes a way of creating class objects by naming its classes. This way permits you to create a new class object by calling a function or class method that receives as input parameters pointer to CRuntimeClass object. In general, it shows you how to design a mechanism that creates a user-selected dialog window in its own child thread.
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