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I am a Computer Science student, looking for as much extra-curricular work as possible, interested in discovering new things daily and widening my knowledge in my favorite fields.

Favorite quote:

C makes it easy to shoot yourself in the leg. C++ makes it harder, but when it does, it blows away your whole leg. :)


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accepted What are the roles of singletons, abstract classes and interfaces?
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comment What is upcasting/downcasting?
watch out for that virtual in the Derived class. You do not want to write that unless you derive the Derived class one more time. void fn(){...} is enough.
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comment Would you put your stackoverflow profile link on your CV / Resume?
and you certainly don't want your employer to check your profile and see how "you act like a moron"
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answered CS Concentrations and Career Paths
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comment What are the roles of singletons, abstract classes and interfaces?
This is the way I expected people to answer this post. One question at a time. Anyway, Thank you a lot guys for sharing your knowledge. This community is worth investing time in.
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revised Why don't programming languages separate out style from content?
awful grammar. corrected it. :)
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comment Understanding C++ for windows desktop application
C++ being an object oriented programming language, I think it is pretty important for you to try and understand these concepts. You may find another aspect of programming, which I consider the most interesting ever!