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C++ Programming: Static Code Analysis and the New Language Standard C++0x

The article discusses the new capabilities of the C++ programming language described in the standard C++0x and supported in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. By the example of PVS-Studio, we will see how the changes in the language influence static code analysis tools.

Lessons on Development of 64-Bit C/C++ Applications

The course is devoted to creation of 64-bit applications in C/C++ language and is intended for the Windows developers who use Visual Studio 2005/2008/2010 environment.

64-bit Loki

Review this report about the testing of portability of the Loki library for 64-bit systems with the help of Viva64 code analyzer. It contains recommendations for use of the library as well as explores the peculiarities of libraries built on templates.

About size_t and ptrdiff_t

The article will help the readers understand what size_t and ptrdiff_t types are, what they are used for and when they must be used. The article will be interesting for those developers who begin creation of 64-bit applications where use of size_t and ptrdiff_t types provides high performance, possibility to operate large data sizes and portability between different platforms.

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