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Currently I’ve got the pleasure to do some coding in C. There’s nothing wrong with that, but things can get a bit uncomfortable for those spoilt by languages like Python or Java. So it’s nice to have a library of … Continue reading
Many people familiar with object oriented programming languages like Java seem to have trouble understanding C function pointers. Even among C programmers, they are sometimes treated like an obscure feature that is avoided wherever possible. However, if you understand the … Continue reading
Unit testing is hip these days and every programming language has its own JUnit clone that mimics the original more or less closely. For C++, there’s the excellent CppUnit package that I’ve been using extensively lately. Unfortunately, C++ is less … Continue reading