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Magazine articles on C, C++, and C# programming.
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Linux Journal
January 1, 2004
Jason Ellison
Controlling Devices with Relays Here is a simple exercise that illustrates the use of controlling devices using a simple C program and inexpensive hardware. mark for My Articles 10 similar articles
Linux Journal
June 2003
Don Marti
C++? Are You Crazy? Cool projects are using this big, complicated language. Maybe you should too. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
Linux Journal
May 1, 2003
Gianluca Insolvibile
Advanced Memory Allocation Call some useful fuctions of the GNU C library to save precious memory and to find nasty bugs. mark for My Articles 27 similar articles
New Architect
March 2003
Neil McAllister
The Great Migration The rocky road to J2EE and .NET mark for My Articles 705 similar articles
Linux Journal
February 1, 2003
Schouten et al.
Inside the Intel Compiler How did Intel's compiler beat gcc on Benchmarks? Intel's compiler developers explain IA-32 optimizations they use. mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
Linux Journal
September 1, 2002
Cal Erickson
Memory Leak Detection in Embedded Systems The author discusses mtrace, dmalloc and memwatch -- three easy-to-use tools that find most application program errors. mark for My Articles 24 similar articles
New Architect
August 2002
Al Williams
Unsafe At Any Speed? C#'s relaxed security model may not be the best fit for your business. mark for My Articles 681 similar articles
May 2002
Eoin Lane
Is WSDL the indispensable API? Many developers consider Web Services Description Language (WSDL) the new software design view. WSDL offers a verbose, ASCII, standard, and language-agnostic view of services offered to clients. WSDL also provides noninvasive future-proofing for existing applications and services and allows interoperability across the various programming paradigms, including CORBA, J2EE, and .Net. This article shows a service's WSDL view, then explains how you can generate client and service implementations for Java and C#. It finishes by discussing possible sources for initial WSDL view generation. mark for My Articles 307 similar articles
May 2002
Toby Reyelts
Integrate Java and C++ with Jace Jace -- a free, open source toolkit -- lets you easily write JNI (Java Native Interface) code. This article analyzes in detail the JNI API's problems and how Jace solves them... mark for My Articles 144 similar articles
March 2002
Matjaz B. Juric
Integrate EJBs with CORBA Interoperability between EJBs and CORBA is important for integrating Java- and non-Java-based applications. This article shows how to achieve integration between an EJB and a CORBA C++ application... mark for My Articles 501 similar articles
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