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thread by: foo | last post Jul 19 '05 by: foo
I'm creating a debug class called debug_mem_allocation for the purpose of finding memory leaks. I used macro's to replace the new and delete operators. My problem is with trying to replace the delete operator with a macro. I can't replace the delete operator by using void* as the first parameter, because then my code will not be able to...
thread by: Thaddeus L Olczyk | last post Jul 19 '05 by: Thaddeus L Olczyk
http://www.dtek.chalmers.se/groups/icfpcontest/ The ICFP cvompetition has been gaining momentum over the last few years and is now probably considered the ultimate test of a groups programming ability. It's about time C++ won! -------------------------------------------------- Thaddeus L. Olczyk, PhD Think twice, code once.
thread by: Craig Joyce | last post Jul 19 '05 by: John Harrison
Hi!, I want to make a class that may do the following: class T { ...... } int main()
thread by: Evan | last post Jul 19 '05 by: Howard Hinnant
Chandra Shekhar Kumar <chandra.kumar@oracle.com> wrote in message news:<3EF64860.3FCC6E7F@oracle.com>... > donot use dude pointers ...use smart pointer instead There's a problem with this approach. You have three options for using smart pointers: 1) Use the standard library's auto_ptr, 2) Use one from another library, or 3) Write your...

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