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Overload - Issue 30 - February 1999

29 pages. Due to a proofreading error the front cover correctly identifies this issue as February 1999, but the internal page headings all say "Overload - Issue 30 - August 1999".


  • Software Development in C++
    • UML Relationships and Associations Aggregations and Composition By Richard Bundell
    • Data Attribute Notation - Part 3 By Reginald B. Charney
  • C++ Techniques
    • Overloading Operators By The Harpist
  • Patterns in C++
    • Patterns - The Abstract Factory By Francis Glassborow
    • An Eventful Story By Adrian Fagg
  • Whiteboard
    • Exception Handling Alternatives By Detlef Vollamann
    • A Letter from Ken Hagan annotated by The Harpist
    • Write to Learn by Jon Jagger
    • Garbage Collection Implementation Considerations By Henrik Quintel
  • editor << letters;

Publication Date : February 1999

ISSN Number : 1354-3172

Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33350. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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