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STL and BOOST Parsing Iterators

Discover an example of a parsing iterator. You'll find that the BOOST library provides convenient tools for an efficient iterator implementation, specifically, the boost::iterator_facade class.

STL.NET: Combining Generics and Templates

STL.NET provides a bridge between the worlds of traditional C++ templates and .NET generics. By allowing C++ developers to leverage their STL skills without precluding interaction with developers using other .NET languages, STL.NET promises the best of both worlds.

Libpropc++�Properties in C++

Learn about a template library for properties (used like 'widget.color = "red";') in C++. Supports "binding" several properties together to have their values synchronized automatically. Useful for GUI development and so forth.

Generic Notifiers: Message Passing in C++

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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