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1answer
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Is there a way to use RAII techniques in COM?

I am caught between two conceptual models of how to construct objects, and am having trouble working out what standard I want to adopt. I prefer to program in .NET and often try to use RAII and ...
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1answer
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What language is better for working with databases? [closed]

I am going to develop a software that works with different databases and I'm considering whether to use .NET languages or C++. I've known that .NET features LINQ and ADO.NET but are there features ...
2
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7answers
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Is there a quick and practical (hands on) way to learn another programming language?

Due to rather strange circumstances, I only have until Monday to learn (at least) the basics of PHP and .NET programming. I'm already fairly competent (though there is a lot of room for improvement) ...
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2answers
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is there anything else like WPF can run in Linux and Mac

I am looking for anything else has the same WPF functionality (animation, 3D,...) but can work in other platforms (Linux, Mac,...) something powerful, fast to develop with, can create my own custom ...
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1answer
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Is C++.Net used extensively?

I am a C++ coder by tradition. Over the last 12 months or so I have been doing a lot of C# coding, and have been pleasantly surprised by C#'s pragmatic approach (once I stopped trying to code it as ...
3
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2answers
170 views

How to find an error in a tcp server application for which there is no source code

I have a c++/cli tcp client application sending a data in a specific format like L,20100930033425093,-5.929958,13.164021 to a main application on port 9000.The main application is actually done by the ...
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5answers
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Learn C++ before/at the same time as C#?

I'm currently learning C#, but wondering whether it is beneficial to learn some C++ before/at the same time as in order to understand the concepts a little better? I've got a C++ book and it does seem ...
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5answers
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Is it possible to use C++ with the .NET framework?

I've read many comments about GUI programming, in both, C# and C++. And I noticed that Microsoft's .NET framework is powerful for GUI programming. So is it possible to use C++ and .NET framework? I ...
2
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2answers
843 views

Is there a canonical book on C++/CLI ?

I know quite a lot about C++ but I know very little about .NET. I would like to broaden my horizons. Is there a book out there that's the de-facto standard for describing best practices, design ...
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9answers
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8yr+ .Net developer interested in game programming - should I learn C++?

I've been writing .Net code since 2003 and so I am very comfortable with it now and have a fairly deep knowledge surrounding the .Net framework that I have built over the years, plus feel very ...
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8answers
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Why was Scala not implemented with C or C++

Does anybody know why was Scala implemented in Java and .NET instead of C or C++? Most languages are implemented with Cor C++ [i.e Erlang, Python, PHP, Ruby, Perl]. What are the advantages for Scala ...
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3answers
601 views

Is it recommendable to program .net apps with C++

From what I can understand, C# is the defacto language when coding .NET apps. Is it recommendable to program .NET apps [let that be ASP.NET, WinPhone 7, GUI, etc] in C++? What are the pitfalls and the ...
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3answers
105 views

Product demo and .net

I have question about using .Net 3.5 or 4.0 I know that .Net is more productive then Qt but i am afraid of problems when my client leave my product because he cant run e.g demo of my app with lack of ...
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11answers
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Learning C, C++ and C# [duplicate]

I'm sure you guys are tired of this question but after wading through hours of similar posts and questions I've really not made any progress to my specific concerns. I was hoping you guys could shed ...
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3answers
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Microsoft Terminology: .NET C++ vs. traditional C++

I've recently been working with a team that's using both .NET C++ and pre-.NET C++. I fully understand the technical differences between the two technologies. However, I sometimes feel like I'm ...