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comment Preferred way of handling errors when loading an object from a file
If you use RAII correctly and no raw pointers, there is no problem you can get into with exceptions
Nov
22
comment How to prevent others from using non-thread safe variables in a multithreading environment?
It makes sense, this is what I'd do also (if you like to prevent others to make a mess...)
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revised Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
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answered Why would a C executable be smaller when compared to C++ executable
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awarded  Yearling
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comment How should I mark types in C and C++ programs?
and I find it nice to have a style DIFFERENT from the standard C types, so reading the code you can easily find what is from the client program and what is the API
Jan
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answered Style guide for C++
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awarded  Caucus
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comment I've been hired on as a entry-level game developer at a company and have little/no experience in API programming, what should I expect?
isn't it a bit sad?
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comment Why Aren't There New Versions of C?
Industry needs standardized languages that do not become obsolete from one version to another...
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comment If a language changes quickly, is this considered a good thing?
C++ is not the evolution of C, it's a new language somehow compatible with C.
Oct
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comment If a language changes quickly, is this considered a good thing?
C++ "evolution" is C++11, the new norm. "C#" or "D" are not C++ evolutions.. As C++ is not the evolution of C.
Oct
21
comment Do object-oriented programming languages exist that are not class-based?
that's what I remembered, also you need to pass your record to each member function
Oct
19
comment Are there any jobs in the programming field that don't require you to sit at a desk all day?
You can do a lot of things in industrial (PLC-like) programming that is not directly electrical engineering. Believe me.