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comment How should I go about developing some basic C/C++ knowledge so that I can grok the concepts written in some Classic software programming books?
Yes, you can. You'll pick up most of C along the way if you write procedural C++. I'd argue that if you want to learn C++ rather than C, you are better off learning C++ without knowing C anyway.
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comment How should I go about developing some basic C/C++ knowledge so that I can grok the concepts written in some Classic software programming books?
Do you want to learn C or C++? Those are two very different languages and the answers are very different.
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comment Two-Dimensional vector in C++ – inefficient with dynamic-sized sub vectors?
That seems to mirror the implementation in Visual C++ 2010 that I briefly looked at. Looking at minimizing the overhead for the implementation that's the way that makes most sense to me, too.
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answered Two-Dimensional vector in C++ – inefficient with dynamic-sized sub vectors?
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comment Should your best programmers have to check everyone else's code into source control?
Define "best programmer"? Best at what? Following arbitrary rules? Cranking out code? Writing zero-defect code?
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comment What does it mean to expose a C++ code publicly as a C API and what are the advantages of doing it?
@DanielRibeiro, very simple example added.
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revised What does it mean to expose a C++ code publicly as a C API and what are the advantages of doing it?
Added "extern C" example.
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revised What does it mean to expose a C++ code publicly as a C API and what are the advantages of doing it?
Clarified that the C part only affect a library's interface, not its implementation.
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answered What does it mean to expose a C++ code publicly as a C API and what are the advantages of doing it?
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comment is it okay to remove copyright info from a free, open source API even if you are explicitly told not to do so?
Why do you want to remove the copyright notice in the first place?
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