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Overload - Issue 41 - February 2001

26 pages. Contents:

  • Classic Overload
    • C++ Standards The "swap" Problem by Alan Griffths
    • Where is __FUNCTION__? by Oliver Schoenborn
    • Thread Pooling: An Investigation by Antony Pinchbeck
    • Experiences of Implementing the Observer Design Pattern (Part 3) by Pete Goodliffe
    • Source Code Modules and Layering by Allan Kelly
    • Extensibility - A Reason For Using Stream in C++ by Mark Radford
  • Derivatives

Publication Date : February 2001

ISSN Number : 1354-3172

Creator : C++ SIG

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33400. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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