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CVu Volume 12 Issue 4 - July 2000

34 pages. This edition also includes Overload magazine 38 bound into the same newsletter with 30 separately numbered pages.

CVu contents:

  • Reports & Opinions
    • Reports
      • View from the chair
      • Financial Brief - Treasurer's Report
      • Membership Matters
      • Publication Issues
      • Webmaster's Report
      • From the PR Officer
      • Stateside
  • From the Coalface
  • Reading User Group
  • Dialogue
    • The Wall - Your Letters
    • Student Code Critique (competition) entries for no 4 and code for no 5
    • What's An Implerface?
    • Questions and Answers
  • Java edited by Pippa Hennessy & John Crickett
    • Servlets by John Morrison
    • Java Parameter Semantics by Steve Cornish
  • CAUGers edited by Tom Hughes (Going... Going)
  • Features
    • Professionalism in Programming - Being Specific by Peter Goodliffe
    • ISO 8601: A Standard You Should Know About by Silas Brown
    • From the Silicon Valley
    • Thinking Aloud by Alan Lenton
    • Reading C & C++ Variable Declarations by Anthony Hay
    • Reading Integers Revisited by Waldo Posul
    • Building the Board (in part) by Brett Fishburne
  • Reviews
  • Bookcase
    • Members Experiences - Dragon NaturallySpeaking

Overload contents:

  • Classic Overload
    • Supporting Threads in Standard C++ (Addendum) By Phil Bass
    • Experiences of Implementing the Observer Design Pattern (Part 2) by Pete Goodliffe
    • Interpreting "Supporting the 'Cheshire Cat' Idiom" By Alan Griffiths & Allan Newton
    • Intuitive Multi-Paradigm Design: Do I use a member function or a non-member function? By Ian Bruntlet
    • A Fistful Of Idioms - Giving STL Iterators a Base Class
  • Derivatives
    • Reviews - Top shelf - Books for Professional software developers

ISSN Number : 1354-3164

Date : July 2000

Creator : ACCU

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH33627. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.

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