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Today I wanted to rework an example that I wrote years ago. I was a client-server example using the C++ REST SDK. I haven’t worked with the library for a while, so I needed to install the latest version first. If you go to the C++ REST SDK project page it says you need to…

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I am pleased to announce that my book on modern C++ programming has been published by PacktPub. The book is called Modern C++ Programming Cookbook and can be ordered at packtpub.com and Amazon. The ISBN of the book is 9781786465184. The complete table of contents is available below. The book is organized in recipes, much…

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The new Visual C++ 2017, currently in release candidate phase, provides a series of updates and fixes to both the C++ compiler and the standard library. A comprehensive list of these improvements is available at What’s New for Visual C++ in Visual Studio 2017 RC. In this article, I want to shortly look at the…

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In Visual Studio 2015 MFC comes with a new features (something that has rarely happen in recent years): support for dynamic dialog layout. That means library support for moving and resizing controls on a dialog. In this article I will show how this feature works. Suppose we have the following dialog: What we want is…

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The w3counter.com site published several statistics based on 33 milion unique visits to 5664 sites. The statistics refer to the operating system, web browser, country and screen resolution of the visitor. The king of kings of operating systems is Windows XP with 83,48%, followed by Windows 2000, Max OS X and Windows Vista. Linux and…

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