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bio website aahlaad.com
location Bangalore, India
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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.

StackOverflow profile.


Nov
18
asked OpenGL programming vs Blender Software, which is better for custom video creation?
Oct
31
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
19
asked Does putting types/functions inside namespace make compiler's parsing work easy?
Oct
17
awarded  Autobiographer
Oct
4
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
24
awarded  Excavator
Jun
8
awarded  Constituent
Jun
8
awarded  Caucus
May
17
awarded  Enthusiast
May
3
awarded  Yearling
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?
Mar
16
awarded  Peer Pressure