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CPP Questions and Test, OOPS Interview Question - 0 views

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    WsCube Tech CPP quiz section helps you to build your technical skills in CPP programing language which based on oops concept
Andrey Karpov

Some Subtleties of Aliasing - 0 views

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    Aliasing can cause paradoxical behavior.
Andrey Karpov

Obscure C++ Features - 0 views

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    This page is a collection of obscure C++ features, gathered over the years as I've explored different corners of the language. C++ is very big and I'm always learning more about it. Hopefully you'll learn something from this page even if you already know C++ pretty well. The features below are roughly ordered from least to most obscure.
longchamppas

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longchamppas

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Des enfants ont offert à Wen des cartes quils avaient faites eux mêmes et lont invité à prendre des photos avec eux. Le Premier ministre a offert des fleurs et sest incliné trois fois devant le dra...

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Joel Bennett

Examine Information on Windows NT System Level Primitives - CodeGuru - 0 views

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    SourceCode and Compiled Binaries for two low-level system information tools: NtSysInfo explores Windows internals and enumerates system processes, windows, threads, objects. The WhoUses utility allows you to determine what process has a file or DLL locked.
Andreas Wagner

CLI - Command Line Interface Definition Language for C++ - Project Page - 0 views

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    C++ Command Line Interfaces Standard C++-based implementation. No external dependencies, not even on a runtime library. Any fundamental or user-defined C++ type can be used as an option type. Automatic printing of formatted program usage information. Automatic documentation generation in the HTML and man page formats. Ability to read arguments from the argv array, file, and custom sources. Support for erasing parsed arguments from the argv array. Support for custom option formats. Multi-value option parsing into the std::vector, std::set, and std::map containers. Support for option aliases.
Andrey Karpov

A 64-bit horse that can count - 0 views

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    The article concerns the peculiarities of Visual C++ compiler's behavior when generating 64-bit code and possible errors relating to it.
Andrey Karpov

Analysis of the Trans-Proteomic Pipeline (TPP) project - 0 views

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    To be honest, I don't know what the TPP project is intended for. As far as I understand, this is a set of tools to assist in research of proteins and their interaction in living organisms. However, that's not so much important. What is important is that their source codes are open. It means that I can check them with the PVS-Studio static analyzer. Which I'm very much fond of.
Andrey Karpov

100 bugs in Open Source C/C++ projects - 0 views

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    This article demonstrates capabilities of the static code analysis methodology. The readers are offered to study the samples of one hundred errors found in open-source projects in C/C++. All the errors have been found with the PVS-Studio static code analyzer.
Andrey Karpov

Selected articles from the Viva64 website for C/C++ programmers - 0 views

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    As a result, we have gathered a lot of materials on our site. One who happens to visit it might not know about the interesting materials collected there. Many people have also joined us, for example, in Twitter. They see our new articles but don't know that we have wonderful old ones.
Andrey Karpov

Hardcore C++: why "this" sometimes doesn't equal "this" - 0 views

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    I usually try to write these blogposts in a way that is readable for most game developers and enthusiasts, but today for a change I'd like to dive deep into a detail of C++: why sometimes the this pointer can differ even though it is being used within the same object.
Andrey Karpov

C++11 Via TFL (Test-Focused Learning): Uniform Initialization - 0 views

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    I've been working with the new features of C++11 for many months as I write a book on TDD in C++. The updates to the language make for a far-more satisfying experience, particularly in terms of helping me write clean code and tests.
Andrey Karpov

20 issues of porting C++ code on the 64-bit platform - 0 views

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    Program errors occurring while porting C++ code from 32-bit platforms on 64-bit ones are observed. Examples of the incorrect code and the ways to correct it are given. Methods and means of the code analysis which allow to diagnose the errors discussed, are listed.
Andrey Karpov

PVS-Studio 5.0 brings static code analysis to new platforms - 0 views

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    "Program Verification Systems" (Co.Ltd) has announced the release of the new major version of PVS-Studio 5.0. The utility performs static analysis of a source code to reveal coding errors, programmer´s mistakes, fragments of code that can potentially produce a bug or disrupt the logic of the program. The new version is announced to support C++Builder, Windows Phone 8 and Windows Store projects. Read more: http://sdt.bz/37360#ixzz2JZowL8RN Follow us: @sdtimes on Twitter | sdtimes on Facebook
Andrey Karpov

Open letter to the programmers in the C/C++ language - 0 views

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    We develop a static analyzer called PVS-Studio. This is a code analyzer capable of detecting errors in C/C++ software. When we communicated with you, I must have told you that this analyzer detects 64-bit errors and integrates only into the Visual Studio environment.
Andrey Karpov

Wade not in unknown waters. Part two - 0 views

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    This time I want to speak on the 'printf' function. Everybody has heard of software vulnerabilities and that functions like 'printf' are outlaw. But it's one thing to know that you'd better not use these functions, and quite the other to understand why. In this article, I will describe two classic software vulnerabilities related to 'printf'. You won't become a hacker after that but perhaps you will have a fresh look at your code. You might create similar vulnerable functions in your project without knowing that. STOP. Reader, please stop, don't pass by. You have seen the word "printf", I know. And you're sure that you will now be told a banal story that the function cannot check types of passed arguments. No! It's vulnerabilities themselves that the article deals with, not the things you have thought. Please come and read it.
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