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Introduction to DirectWrite

DirectWrite is a new API to render text on Windows 7 / Vista. It makes it easy to render paragraphs of text that can contain different formatting, coloring, fonts etc. It supports horizontal and vertical alignments, even vertical centering of a paragraph with multiple lines which was not possible with the old text API, etc. This article will give an introduction to the new DirectWrite API.

C++ Lambda Function - Making Coding Easier

Visual C++ 2010 with many of the new C++ 0x language features including Lambdas. Discover how lambda functions make C++ code easier to read and maintain, and explore the various techniques for writing them ships.

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Code Parallelization in C#

Code Parallelization in C#

Computer software used to be written for serial computation by a serial computer. Circumvent that concept and work in parallel streams.

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