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Overload - Issue 7 - April 1995

41 pages. Contents

  • Editorial
  • The AGM
    • Future Direction
    • Submissions
    • The Overload Disk
  • Software Development in C++
    • C++ Compilers - mainly for OS/2
    • No such thing as a free lunch
    • Subsidising lunch? - a reply
    • Operators - an overloaded menace
    • Overloading on const and other stories
    • operator= and const - a reply
  • The Draft International C++ Standard
    • The Casting Vote
  • C++ Techniques
    • Wait for me! - copying and assignment
    • Related objects
    • Related addendum
    • Multiple inheritance in C++ - part 1
    • On not mixing it...
  • editor << letters;
  • Questions & Answers
  • ++puzzle;
  • Books and Journals
    • Coming soon!
    • The C++ Report
  • News & Product Releases
    • Programming Research to distribute TestView
    • NoBUG

Publication Date : April 1995

ISSN Number : 1354-3172

Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33204. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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