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links for 2009-11-12

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  • Generalized tuple types are available in other languages, though not in Standard C++. One of the first two library extensions to be adopted by the standards committee since the first standard was closed was tuple types-and it is a testament to the power of C++, particularly the power of C++ templates, that this could be done well entirely as a library, without any changes to the core language.
    (tags: dev c++)
  • In C++, to what extent are the private parts of a class really truly private? In this month's column, we see how private names are definitely not accessible from outside nonfriend code, and yet they do leak out of a class in small ways – some of which are well-known, others of which are not.
    (tags: dev c++)
  • Nice Code Conventions doc…The following coding conventions should be followed when making code contributions to Orchard, in order to make the code more consistent and more accessible.
  • A beautiful glass vessel at 16" in diameter, this model comes in a variety of irresistible colors mounted atop counter or pedestal. With a free formed art glass rim, the 16" JSG Oceana glass vessel sink becomes a focus for light and reflection. In master bath or small bathroom, these beautiful creations add a touch of elegance to any space. Resistant to scratches, stains, chemicals, and thermal shocks, JSG Oceana glass vessel sinks are both durable and memorable.

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November 12, 2009 at 11:01 pm

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