Unfortunately most of my work is internal -- I was toying with the idea of a small web demo to give the company better insight. What do you think?
In the perils of java schools Joel discusses his experience at Penn and the difficulty of "segmentation faults". He says [segfaults are difficult until you] "take a deep breath and really try ...
Regarding pointers which are members of classes. Should they be of a smart pointer type or is it enough to simply deal with them in the destructor of the class they are contained in?
I read from somewhere that when using C++ it is recommended not to use pointers. Why is pointers such a bad idea when you are using C++. For C programmers that are used to using pointers, what is the ...
In some libraries I've seen, a lot of emphasis is put into change of ownership of pointers, like for example a class method that allocates and returns a pointer to an object while relinquishing its ...
What is a situation while coding in C# where using pointers is a good or necessary option? I'm talking about unsafe pointers.
In your own studies (on your own, or for a class) did you have an "ah ha" moment when you finally, really understood pointers? Do you have an explanation you use for beginner programmers that seems ...
I often struggle to see the advantages of pointers (except for low level programming). Why use of char* instead of a String or char or what advantages pointer arithmetic brings. So what are the ...
I'm a student at the University and I'm taking the Data Structures class. When learning linked lists and doubly linked lists, did you guys feel you learned a deeper understanding of pointers, dynamic ...
Possible Duplicate: int* i; or int *i; or int * i; Thinking about where we place our asterisks; how do those that prefer to keep the "pointerness" away from the type and with the identifier ...
What is your favorite method to declare a pointer? int* i; or int *i; or int * i; or int*i; Please explain why. see also: http://www.stroustrup.com/bs_faq2.html#whitespace
You've shipped, asserts are turned off, you receive a rare crash report indicating that a null pointer violation occurred in your code. In a development environment, the problem would have been ...