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Pointers vs IDs for “context-specific” functions

I need to be able to load, use, and free resources from a single monolithic object. I have two requirements: 1. That the resource loaded is owned by the object that created it and 2. All objects in a ...
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Structuring Resource Files

In .NET we've got Resource files which are great for allowing providing translations across your application. In the past I've seen these resource files grow into monolithic unmaintainable lists of ...