PDL (Portable Dynamic Loader) is a light, simple, and portable library designed especially for creating and using dynamically loaded class objects.
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Learn to use the C++ language construct such as "Template template parameters" to introduce the abstraction layers not only to improve the quality of code but also to make it more reusable.
Learn how to estimate projects (the tangible and intangibles) effectively in the real world to ensure success.
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Frustrated by what C++ can do for you? Find out about how the new C++00X language standard will help you: TR1, delegating constructors, template aliasing, and strongly typed enums await! Based on the newest report N2336 released in July 2007.
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