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Overload - Issue 19 - April/May 1997

32 pages. Contents:

  • Editorial
  • Software Development in C++
    • Observations on the design of an address class - By Mark Radford
    • The Uses and Abuses of Inheritance - Roger Lever & Mark Radford
    • The Problem of Self Assignment - By Francis Glassborow
    • Borland C++ Builder for expert programmers - by Eric Richards
    • Make a date with C++: In the Beginning... by Kevlin Henney
  • The Draft International C++ Standard
    • C++ Committee Draft
    • The Casting Vote - by Sean A. Corfield
    • New Keywords For... by The Harpist
  • C++ Techniques
    • OOD again: Some light, some shadows - by Graham Jones
    • A model for backsolving by Richard Percy
  • Corrections - Overload 17/18
  • editor << letters;
  • News & Product Releases
    • The UML/OMT User Group

Publication Date : April 1997

ISSN Number : 1354-3172

Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33224. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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