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  1. C++ developer/senior developer (Delhi, India region)

    I am looking for excellent / proficient C++ developers / senior developers preferably on linux (but windows developers welcome too) for full time permanent roles. Other skills would include a...
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    Re: problem with boolean

    Thanks, Paul. True. I think me taking promotion rules to how stream treats inputs is stretching it a bit too far. Couldn't find anything concrete on this. I did not search too extensively but am fine...
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    Re: problem with boolean

    What compiler had you used? I get the same behavior with Visual Studio 2008. I would have thought that the integral value should get implicitly converted to a boolean. In fact when I debugged the...
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    Re: Singleton in Design Pattern

    Of couse, there can be more instances but then that's just a consequence and I don't know what GoF define the consequences but that most probably they don't consider those to form the definition of...
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    Re: Singleton in Design Pattern

    I don't know. It's hard for me to comment on the above class but provided they are as-is, it just shows an example of inheritance where say the base class definition is hidden to the users of the...
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    Re: Singleton in Design Pattern

    Doesn't look very good to be using a protected constructor here. Afterall, if there starts to be a derived class of this singleton, that would mean instantiation of more than one object of it (be it...
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    Re: Simple classes question

    You don't need typedef keyword in defining structs in C++. You have pointers to A and B but never have those been initialized before deferencing them. Of course, it will lead to a crash.

    Also, if...
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    Re: Something like boost::any

    First, boost::any does not use a void* in its implementation of the type. Second, you would need to have type_info to store type information on the encapsulated object but you shouldn't use the name...
  9. Re: What computer brand should I go with?

    Overall, its a tough decision to choose which one to buy but once you do buy one - don't regret! :D
  10. Re: What computer brand should I go with?

    I have old Sony VGN series (a very old one) but I am very unhappy with them considering they had given me Vista home basic that I upgraded to Ultimate and later the inbuilt camera stopped working and...
  11. Re: Declare class pointer with or without new

    I think you took the points posted by Lindley and Paul to a wrong context/interpretation and posted the above. I don't see where they said to avoid dynamic memory. Of course, its essential. But the...
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    Re: Casting variables

    char to int is a standard integral promotion, so you didn't need the static_cast there.
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    Re: Last Post (FAO: Brad)

    I noticed some slowness in the typing of the recent few messages here as well. The longer the text goes, the slower it happens. (speed at which I see the letters appear on the message text box than...
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    Re: Anyone using AVG Free ?

    And by the way, I am planning to try out the security essentials from MS. If it don't work I can always go back to AVG 9.
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    Re: Anyone using AVG Free ?

    Yes, I have been able to install AVG 9 but I have turned off a few of the optional features as suggested by someone on google groups when I had some issues with IE and DEP and also since my emails...
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    Re: Merry Christmas

    My best wishes to everyone as well! Have a fun filled year end and may the next year be much more beautiful to you!
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    Re: Conspiracy Theory

    It may be possible that as and when the websites keep themselves updated with the latest browser updates, they become incompatible with the older browsers unless the browsers are also kept up to...
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    Re: Last Post (FAO: Brad)

    You mean because they are not allowed to post from office? I think if that's the case then they really shouldn't be posting from office. Or in the worst case, they should know where that file gets...
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    Re: Off topic: A belated adieu

    I have been irregular myself here, there has been so much I have learned from you Graham. Good luck in whatever you take on and will surely follow your work as I am sure you will be very quick to...
  20. Re: How to apply a design pattern to a has-a but not a completely has-a case?

    You are in the realms of circular dependency. It may be a problem or may not be but surely it introduces strong coupling that sometimes (most of the times, may be) is avoidable unless you have for...
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    Re: Error - Going from Java to C++

    At the point where you are referring to CarNode as a member object CarNode is not fully defined (because you are still defining it). At that instant, CarNode is still incompletely defined. It has...
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    Re: Threads in C++

    For Posix threads (and even threading in general), the book by David Butenhof is a fantastic one. He was also on the standardization of posix threads, so it is from the man himself. "Programming with...
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    Re: Pointers / Destructor etc

    In addition to what has been pointed out above, you don't do this to change the values of a character array:
    var = "Hello again";You will have to use strcpy or strncpy. According to the C++...
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    Re: Internet Explorer 7 & 8

    IE8 just crashed on me. I don't seem to notice them much these days. Google chrome crashes for me as well. I haven't tried finding out the patterns as I don't think much about these crashes (probably...
  25. Re: Does Bing stand a chance? (Microsoft's new search engine)?

    Have they got support like igoogle? If this is still just a search engine - I don't know what effect the rebranding will have but live search didn't look too bad to me as to have been rebranded. I...
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