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Overload - Issue 10 - September/October 1995

31 pages. Contents

  • Editorial
    • A history lesson
    • Submissions
    • Coming online
  • Software Development in C++
    • Multiple inheritance in C++ - part III
    • So you want to be a cOOmpiler writer? - part III
    • When is "is a" not an "is a"?
  • The Draft International C++ Standard
    • What's in a name?
  • C++ Techniques
    • Addressing polymorphic types
    • Simple classes for debuggin in C++ - part I
    • Pausing for thought
  • editor << letters;
  • Books and Journals
    • Thinking in C++
    • From Chaos to Classes
  • News & Product Releases
    • Microsoft Announces Visual C++ Version 4.0

Publication Date : September 1995



ISSN Number : 1354-3172

Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33207. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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