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C++0X is coming and with it are new object initialization features and better control over struct/class member alignment.
A smorgasbord of new C++ features is coming in C++00X: constant-expression functions, predeclared identifiers, and simpler runtime type information tools are just a few of them on the way. Based on the newest report N2336 released in July 2007.
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.
Microsoft announced so many new tools and technologies at its Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2005 that our "man on the scene" needed a second article to cover it all. Find out what else Redmond has planned for .NET developers.
Get a recap of Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference (PDC) 2005 from a developer who's been there and done thatand got the DVD. Find out Redmond has planned for .NET developers.
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