Check out this stand-alone, intelligent "increasing buffer" class. It's useful for a Win32 SDK project without using MFC.
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Manage a group of buttons as an array in VC++.
The vector array, part of the standard namespace (std::), allows you to easily create a dynamic array of elements. The vector class belongs to the STL (Standard Template Libraries). Read on to learn when and how to use a vector array.
Wrap-around array is implemented in the form of a class template and thus allows elements of any type. The idea of such an array is to have it in the form of a loop.
The class CBitArray behaves like a specialization of the MFC template class CArray.
Class that stores huge arrays of flags in as efficient a manner as possible (packed into array of BYTEs)
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