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Overload - Issue 4 - February 1994

46 pages. Contents:

  • Editors Ramble
  • News
  • BCS OOPS Events
  • The Casting Vote
  • Windows Waffle
  • Do birds in their little nests always agree?
  • new & delete
  • Shared Memory Class
  • Run-Time Checking for C++
  • Why C++ will replace FORTRAN (or, at least, why it should)
  • char* p vs char *p
  • New Books
  • Book Reviews
  • ACCU C++ Workshops
  • Readers Letters
  • Borland Liason
  • Epilogue

Publication Date : February 1994



Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33200. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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