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In software development since August-2005. Quite good at C/C++ (gold badge) with bit of working knowledge in Java. I have been quite interested in developing a C++ source code (static and dynamic) analysis tool.

Right now I have founded a small start-up company called AAHLAAD for various software product development.

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Nov
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answered How much code do you write everyday, *at work*?
Nov
18
asked OpenGL programming vs Blender Software, which is better for custom video creation?
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
asked Does putting types/functions inside namespace make compiler's parsing work easy?
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awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Excavator
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Apr
23
comment Should I use a code repository if I am the only one working on a project?
Imagine if you lose/damage the computer which contained your latest work.
Apr
21
awarded  Nice Question
Apr
21
revised Why the static data members have to be defined outside the class separately in C++ (unlike Java)?
edited title
Apr
20
comment Why the static data members have to be defined outside the class separately in C++ (unlike Java)?
@Klaim, what about static members in template ? They are allowed in all the header files as they need to be visible. I am not disputing this answer, but it doesn't match my question also.
Apr
20
revised Why the static data members have to be defined outside the class separately in C++ (unlike Java)?
added 19 characters in body; edited tags
Apr
20
comment Why the static data members have to be defined outside the class separately in C++ (unlike Java)?
My question is not the reason for current behavior, but rather the justification for such language grammar. In other words, suppose if static variables are declared/defined at the same place (like Java) then what can go wrong ?
Apr
20
asked Why the static data members have to be defined outside the class separately in C++ (unlike Java)?
Apr
8
comment What are the disadvantages of naming things alphabetically?
"I bought a car, (named) Honda."
Apr
3
answered Why is C++ backward compatibility important / necessary?