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August 31, 2006 Re: Dijkstra's algorithm segfaults, Josh Zenker, 20:53 Re: C++ says that these are ambiguous..., Salt_Peter, 20:18 Re: meaning of define, Bart, 20:11 Re: meaning of define, Bart, 20:05 Re: image processing program in C or C++, Phlip, 19:51 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Noah Roberts, 18:25 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Rui Maciel, 18:06 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Pete Becker, 17:49 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Pete Becker, 17:45 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Frederick Gotham, 17:33 Re: image processing program in C or C++, mlimber, 17:28 image processing program in C or C++, stonny, 17:08 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 17:06 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Jens Theisen, 16:49 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Gernot Frisch, 16:47 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Frederick Gotham, 16:43 Re: meaning of define, Frederick Gotham, 16:39 Re: Writing own WinExec, mlimber, 16:36 Re: strange problem with map iterator, Victor Bazarov, 16:35 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, mlimber, 16:27 Re: child list. ., mlimber, 16:22 Re: strange problem with map iterator, vivicrow, 16:19 Re: strange problem with map iterator, Victor Bazarov, 16:18 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, mlimber, 16:11 Re: strange problem with map iterator, Rolf Magnus, 16:09 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 16:06 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, David Harmon, 15:54 Re: strange problem with map iterator, Victor Bazarov, 15:50 strange problem with map iterator, vivicrow, 15:38 Re: meaning of define, flamexx7, 15:32 Re: Catching exceptions across shared object boundaries, foxx, 15:20 Re: TreeView Design, earthwormgaz, 14:56 Re: meaning of define, [email protected], 14:28 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Frederick Gotham, 14:22 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Frederick Gotham, 14:20 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Frederick Gotham, 14:17 TreeView Design, earthwormgaz, 14:04 Writing own WinExec, Luc, 13:06 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Pete Becker, 12:51 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 12:41 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 12:02 Re: Constructor, Bart, 12:01 Re: Casting base * to derived *, Spoon, 12:01 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 12:00 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Earl Purple, 11:24 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Jim Langston, 11:21 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Jim Langston, 11:15 Re: Median of values in a std::map, peter koch, 11:12 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Gernot Frisch, 11:04 Re: meaning of define, Bart, 10:57 Re: Constructor, Jim Langston, 10:53 Re: Constructor, Bart, 10:49 Re: Dijkstra's algorithm segfaults, Bart, 10:29 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:24 Re: Problems accessing methods of derived class, Salt_Peter, 10:20 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 10:07 Re: Dijkstra's algorithm segfaults, Jens Theisen, 10:03 Constructor, Christian Christmann, 10:02 Re: Left shift, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:02 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, [email protected], 09:59 meaning of define, [email protected], 09:28 Re: Median of values in a std::map, Old Wolf, 07:57 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, kim, 07:52 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Old Wolf, 07:47 Dijkstra's algorithm segfaults, Josh Zenker, 07:37 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Old Wolf, 07:32 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Old Wolf, 07:21 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Old Wolf, 07:18 Re: Better program design?, Jerry Coffin, 06:55 Re: pointer arithmetic, jdcrief, 05:41 Re: How to write the transform equivalent in STL?, Daniel T., 05:30 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 05:21 Re: Problems accessing methods of derived class, Shooting, 05:21 Problems accessing methods of derived class, Jessica, 05:08 Re: child list. ., cmk128, 05:01 Re: Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 04:48 Re: Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 04:42 Re: MSVC++ 6.0 Linking problem (possible OT), hamishd, 04:40 Re: MSVC++ 6.0 Linking problem (possible OT), Victor Bazarov, 04:34 Re: MSVC++ 6.0 Linking problem (possible OT), Jeff Partch, 04:31 MSVC++ 6.0 Linking problem (possible OT), hamishd, 04:22 Re: pointer arithmetic, David Harmon, 03:53 Re: pointer arithmetic, Victor Bazarov, 03:41 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, David Harmon, 03:39 pointer arithmetic, jdcrief, 03:30 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Pete Becker, 03:09 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, David Harmon, 03:05 Re: C++ says that these are ambiguous..., LR, 02:04 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, markww, 01:44 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, marius lazer, 01:23 C++ says that these are ambiguous..., [email protected], 01:18 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Jim Langston, 01:16 Re: switch from raw pointer to vector container, Ron Natalie, 01:10 Re: quick question?, Ron Natalie, 00:30 switch from raw pointer to vector container, markww, 00:20 August 30, 2006 Re: quick question?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 23:51 quick question?, Chris, 23:48 Re: Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Roland Pibinger, 23:08 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 23:01 Re: Accessing Baseclass virtual function from derived, NewToCPP, 22:48 Re: Accessing Baseclass virtual function from derived, Thomas Tutone, 22:24 Re: Accessing Baseclass virtual function from derived, Marcus Kwok, 22:24 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, loufoque, 22:18 Accessing Baseclass virtual function from derived, NewToCPP, 22:16 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, defendusa2, 22:02 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 22:01 Re: recursion in combinations, defendusa2, 22:00 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 21:53 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Victor Bazarov, 21:16 Re: can I use STL on visual C++ type?, Victor Bazarov, 21:14 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Ron Natalie, 20:48 Pitfall of proxy instead of temporary?, Frederick Gotham, 20:36 Re: How to write the transform equivalent in STL?, Noah Roberts, 20:30 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 20:08 Re: can I use STL on visual C++ type?, Phlip, 19:43 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Frederick Gotham, 19:41 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Frederick Gotham, 19:40 can I use STL on visual C++ type?, learning, 19:33 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Frederick Gotham, 19:33 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Victor Bazarov, 19:29 Re: How to write the transform equivalent in STL?, benben, 19:25 Re: inline functions, Frederick Gotham, 19:24 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Frederick Gotham, 19:17 Re: How to write the transform equivalent in STL?, Daniel T., 19:07 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 18:29 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Noah Roberts, 18:28 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, ckiitd2001, 18:13 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Nick Keighley, 17:50 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, Roland Pibinger, 17:39 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Thomas J. Gritzan, 17:12 Re: pls give me c++ interview questions, mlimber, 16:54 Re: pls give me c++ interview questions, Victor Bazarov, 16:37 pls give me c++ interview questions, Srikanth, 16:29 How to write the transform equivalent in STL?, benben, 16:26 Re: inline functions, Phlip, 16:18 Re: Copy constructors, Ron Natalie, 15:44 Re: inline functions, Rolf Magnus, 15:40 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, mlimber, 15:30 Re: what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, mlimber, 15:06 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, peter koch, 15:05 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, marius lazer, 14:47 Re: Catching exceptions across shared object boundaries, Earl Purple, 14:29 Re: recursion in combinations, ashani, 14:26 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Victor Bazarov, 14:20 Re: Symbol search, Victor Bazarov, 14:19 Re: Casting base * to derived *, Earl Purple, 13:42 Re: Casting base * to derived *, Pete Becker, 13:40 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Earl Purple, 13:30 Re: Casting base * to derived *, Papastefanos Serafeim, 13:04 recursion in combinations, Gary Wessle, 12:54 Re: Casting base * to derived *, Gernot Frisch, 12:53 Casting base * to derived *, Spoon, 12:24 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, alexisbietti, 12:03 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:57 Re: Median of values in a std::map, Vikram, 11:53 what is Deep Copy, shallow copy and bitwises copy.?, saxenavaibhav17, 11:53 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Gernot Frisch, 11:34 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Gernot Frisch, 11:31 Re: testing read/write speed, Gernot Frisch, 11:29 Re: Median of values in a std::map, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:36 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 10:32 Median of values in a std::map, Yannick Tremblay, 10:21 Re: Need help, Bart, 10:03 Re: streams and floaters, BRG, 09:44 Re: Need help, David Harmon, 09:26 Re: remove characters from a string, Jens Theisen, 09:25 Re: Learning about Nodes:, Greg, 09:10 Re: Need help, Marco Wahl, 08:58 Need help, ravi, 08:39 Re: Symbol search, Phlip, 07:44 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, red floyd, 07:22 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, I V, 07:07 Re: Learning about Nodes:, LR, 06:39 Re: Copy constructors, LR, 06:19 Re: how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, David Harmon, 06:03 how to deal with arrays with unknown length?, Magcialking, 05:24 Re: Learning about Nodes:, John Carson, 05:22 Symbol search, Shooting, 05:09 Re: Div() function, Jack Klein, 04:50 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 04:19 Re: Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 03:43 Re: Learning about Nodes:, Daniel T., 03:19 Re: Div() function, Schizoid Man, 03:17 Re: Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 03:12 Re: Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 02:57 Re: Left shift, Kai-Uwe Bux, 02:22 Re: help in solving this function object., learning, 02:14 Re: Method vs member function, Mark P, 02:10 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Robert J. Hansen, 02:01 Re: Learning about Nodes:, Thomas Tutone, 01:56 Re: Learning about Nodes:, Jim Langston, 01:54 Re: help in solving this function object., Daniel T., 01:46 Learning about Nodes:, JoeC, 01:46 Re: help in solving this function object., Daniel T., 01:38 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 01:33 Re: boost regex --- sregex_iterator -- Regular expression too big, David Harmon, 01:22 Re: inline functions, David Harmon, 00:58 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, marius lazer, 00:52 Re: Copy constructors, rKrishna, 00:41 Re: help in solving this function object., Thomas J. Gritzan, 00:30 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Andrew Koenig, 00:29 Re: Dynamic Structures, Victor Bazarov, 00:26 Re: Dynamic Structures, Victor Bazarov, 00:26 Re: help in solving this function object., learning, 00:17 Re: Dynamic Structures, Ron Natalie, 00:03 August 29, 2006 Re: help in solving this function object., tolgaceylanus, 23:56 Re: Dynamic Structures, Jens Theisen, 23:45 Re: testing read/write speed, Ian Collins, 23:29 Re: Left shift, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:26 Re: Dynamic Structures, Victor Bazarov, 23:08 Re: Maximum memory allocation, red floyd, 23:08 Re: Copy constructors, Ron Natalie, 23:06 help in solving this function object., learning, 23:05 Re: Catching exceptions across shared object boundaries, Jens Theisen, 23:05 Re: Copy constructors, Jerry Coffin, 23:03 Re: Copy constructors, Victor Bazarov, 23:02 Re: Copy constructors, george . priv, 22:58 Re: Copy constructors, Thomas Tutone, 22:55 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 22:54 Re: Maximum memory allocation, george . priv, 22:39 Re: Dynamic Structures, Jens Theisen, 22:32 Copy constructors, rKrishna, 22:31 Re: inline functions, Phlip, 21:09 Re: inline functions, Victor Bazarov, 21:05 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Jim Langston, 20:43 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Pete Becker, 20:42 inline functions, niklaus, 20:41 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Jim Langston, 20:39 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Ron Natalie, 20:27 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Noah Roberts, 20:23 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Ron Natalie, 20:21 Re: object multi reference, Alan Johnson, 20:20 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, grubertm, 20:13 Re: Catching exceptions across shared object boundaries, Victor Bazarov, 20:02 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Thomas Tutone, 19:59 Catching exceptions across shared object boundaries, foxx, 19:53 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 19:32 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Noah Roberts, 19:28 Re: sorting arrays, Ron Natalie, 19:19 Re: class composition problem, Gary Wessle, 19:15 Re: sorting arrays, Daniel T., 19:08 object multi reference, Gary Wessle, 19:08 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Frederick Gotham, 18:52 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Salt_Peter, 18:47 Re: Dynamic Structures, Frederick Gotham, 18:42 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Salt_Peter, 18:39 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Pete Becker, 18:36 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Pete Becker, 18:34 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Clark S. Cox III, 18:30 Re: Maximum memory allocation, Victor Bazarov, 18:12 sorting arrays, zfareed, 18:08 Maximum memory allocation, wazurkar, 18:07 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, alexisbietti, 18:06 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 18:04 Re: stl::map lookup speed, Shooting, 18:00 Re: std::for_each, Shooting, 17:50 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Ron Natalie, 17:44 Re: Dynamic Structures, Ron Natalie, 17:43 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Jim Langston, 17:38 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, mlimber, 17:37 Re: Left shift, Kai-Uwe Bux, 17:37 Re: C++/ CONTRACT/ IN, Clark S. Cox III, 17:35 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Jim Langston, 17:33 Re: streams and floaters, Noah Roberts, 17:31 Re: Dynamic Structures, Jim Langston, 17:30 Re: Question, Ominae, 17:30 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 17:02 Re: std::for_each, Gernot Frisch, 16:51 Re: stl::map lookup speed, BigBrian, 16:46 Re: stl::map lookup speed, B.C., 16:42 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Daniel T., 16:42 Re: Aplication to add comments to my functions, F.J.K., 16:41 Re: testing read/write speed, Gernot Frisch, 16:40 Re: stl::map lookup speed, Thomas J. Gritzan, 16:29 Re: stl::map lookup speed, Thomas J. Gritzan, 16:20 Re: #include or #include "boost/shared_ptr.hpp"?, Shooting, 16:19 Re: stl::map lookup speed, markww, 16:05 Re: Mixing allocators and unitialized_fill?, Michiel . Salters, 16:03 Re: stl::map lookup speed, Shooting, 16:02 Re: stl::map lookup speed, Michiel . Salters, 16:00 Re: number of children exist?, osmium, 15:58 Re: std::for_each, Marcus Kwok, 15:56 stl::map lookup speed, markww, 15:55 Re: std::for_each, mlimber, 15:48 Re: std::for_each, mlimber, 15:47 Re: std::for_each, Jon Clements, 15:46 Re: child list. ., mlimber, 15:40 Re: testing read/write speed, Thomas J. Gritzan, 15:38 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Philip Potter, 15:35 std::for_each, Philip Potter, 15:22 Re: boost regex --- sregex_iterator -- Regular expression too big, mlimber, 15:21 Re: testing read/write speed, Victor Bazarov, 15:18 Re: Method vs member function, Victor Bazarov, 15:17 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., peter koch, 15:14 Re: Question, Victor Bazarov, 15:12 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 15:10 Re: testing read/write speed, Gernot Frisch, 15:09 Re: Method vs member function, peter koch, 15:08 Re: Method vs member function, Ivan Vecerina, 14:53 Mixing allocators and unitialized_fill?, Jef Driesen, 14:52 Re: Method vs member function, Frederick Gotham, 14:48 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Frederick Gotham, 14:47 Re: HELP in a logical issue, Frederick Gotham, 14:44 Re: Method vs member function, nitu, 14:39 Question, nitu, 14:33 Re: testing read/write speed, Victor Bazarov, 14:20 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, James, 14:19 Method vs member function, Carlos Martinez, 14:13 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 14:10 Re: Dynamic Structures, Volker Lukas, 14:08 Re: copy strings into an arbitrary location !, alkhoudri, 14:05 Re: Dynamic Structures, Heinz Ozwirk, 13:34 Re: Problem in returning a vector from a function, Ian Collins, 13:27 Re: Problem in returning a vector from a function, Ian Collins, 13:26 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Pete Becker, 13:24 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Ian Collins, 13:19 Re: Dynamic Structures, Philip Potter, 13:17 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, James, 13:12 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Unknownmat, 13:10 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Pete Becker, 12:53 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Earl Purple, 12:53 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Pete Becker, 12:52 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Pete Becker, 12:50 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Earl Purple, 12:33 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Earl Purple, 12:30 Dynamic Structures, googlinggoogler, 12:29 boost regex --- sregex_iterator -- Regular expression too big, wolverine, 12:13 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, [email protected], 12:12 Re: multilingual application in C++, [email protected], 12:08 testing read/write speed, Gernot Frisch, 11:13 #include or #include "boost/shared_ptr.hpp"?, Colin Caughie, 11:04 Re: Div() function, Colander, 10:47 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Stuart Redmann, 10:40 Re: Div() function, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:31 child list. ., cmk128, 10:30 multilingual application in C++, Imran, 09:57 Re: Div() function, Schizoid Man, 09:56 Re: Problem in returning a vector from a function, Jens Theisen, 09:54 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, utab, 09:49 Re: Problem in returning a vector from a function, Rahul K, 09:32 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Salt_Peter, 09:30 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 09:25 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Gernot Frisch, 09:24 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Bart, 09:17 Re: streams and floaters, BRG, 09:15 Re: Problem in returning a vector from a function, jimmy, 09:09 Re: HELP in a logical issue, Jerry Coffin, 08:58 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 08:54 Re: 64bit porting, shaanxxx, 08:13 Re: serialize a structure, Jim Langston, 08:10 Problem in returning a vector from a function, Rahul K, 08:04 Re: Aplication to add comments to my functions, Jim Langston, 08:00 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Jim Langston, 07:57 Div() function, Schizoid Man, 07:56 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Salt_Peter, 07:47 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, "Nils O. Selåsdal", 07:25 Re: stl::sort with a vector, Shooting, 07:16 Re: HELP in a logical issue, red floyd, 06:51 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Shooting, 05:43 Re: HELP in a logical issue, Thomas Tutone, 05:10 HELP in a logical issue, sonhadorPR, 05:05 Re: number of children exist?, cmk128, 04:57 Re: stl::sort with a vector, markww, 04:40 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, red floyd, 04:35 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Daniel T., 04:31 Re: stl::sort with a vector, markww, 04:14 Re: const does not apply to pointers?, Thomas Tutone, 04:07 Re: Aplication to add comments to my functions, David, 03:49 const does not apply to pointers?, grubertm, 03:47 Re: source formatter that sorts .h file according to public/private and protected?, Jack Klein, 03:43 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Daniel T., 02:27 Re: Site for Microsoft Interview, David Harmon, 02:26 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Schizoid Man, 02:22 Re: stl::sort with a vector, markww, 02:09 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Kaz Kylheku, 01:49 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Julián Albo, 01:48 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, utab, 01:45 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 01:42 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Noah Roberts, 01:38 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, utab, 01:35 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 01:33 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Frederick Gotham, 01:28 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, utab, 01:27 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Frederick Gotham, 01:25 Re: Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, Noah Roberts, 01:20 streams and floaters, Noah Roberts, 01:19 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Frederick Gotham, 01:11 Why is for(int i=0; i < 100; ++i) poor?, utab, 01:11 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Bo Persson, 00:58 Re: Custom output stream, Bo Persson, 00:48 Re: Site for Microsoft Interview, Victor Bazarov, 00:42 Site for Microsoft Interview, PKJ, 00:36 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Angelo Fraietta, 00:30 August 28, 2006 Re: stl::sort with a vector, Jens Theisen, 23:59 Re: stl::sort with a vector, Roland Pibinger, 23:47 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Jens Theisen, 23:47 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Jens Theisen, 23:43 Re: stl::sort with a vector, markww, 23:36 Re: stl::sort with a vector, Jens Theisen, 23:33 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Roland Pibinger, 23:31 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, Richard, 23:29 stl::sort with a vector, markww, 23:20 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Roland Pibinger, 23:15 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Roland Pibinger, 23:10 Aplication to add comments to my functions, bim_bom, 23:04 Re: ostream, BigBrian, 22:49 Re: closest equivalent of fdopen()?, red floyd, 22:23 Re: closest equivalent of fdopen()?, red floyd, 22:20 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., red floyd, 22:17 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Josh Zenker, 22:04 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 21:55 Re: number of children exist?, osmium, 21:41 Re: number of children exist?, Phlip, 21:35 Custom output stream, Derek, 21:31 Re: number of children exist?, Victor Bazarov, 21:28 Re: c++ technical probelsm (a beginner), p1r0, 21:27 Re: Network Drive Access, Bart, 21:26 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Squeamizh, 21:22 number of children exist?, cmk128, 21:20 Re: Network Drive Access, mlimber, 21:03 closest equivalent of fdopen()?, Mark Harrison, 20:52 Network Drive Access, mikeb, 20:49 Re: bubble sort, Bart, 20:34 Re: xmlrpc lib for c++, Volker Lukas, 20:34 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Jens Theisen, 20:20 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Bart, 20:11 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Diego Martins, 19:58 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., peter koch, 19:57 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Diego Martins, 19:55 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Bo Persson, 19:55 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Rolf Magnus, 19:34 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Lars Uffmann, 19:32 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, red floyd, 19:26 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Salt_Peter, 19:25 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Salt_Peter, 19:22 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Roland Pibinger, 19:06 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Frederick Gotham, 18:59 Re: serialize a structure, markww, 18:30 Re: 64bit porting, peter koch, 18:23 Re: serialize a structure, mlimber, 18:18 Re: 64bit porting, Victor Bazarov, 18:16 64bit porting, shaanxxx, 17:49 Re: serialize a structure, mlimber, 17:47 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Marcus Kwok, 17:37 Re: serialize a structure, markww, 17:34 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 17:05 Re: evaluating strings, temp34k45k, 16:59 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Michiel . Salters, 16:56 Re: serialize a structure, Gernot Frisch, 16:44 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 16:41 Re: Linear Alegebra in C++, Victor Bazarov, 16:41 Re: bubble sort, Gernot Frisch, 16:38 Re: xmlrpc lib for c++, Manuel, 16:27 Re: Linear Alegebra in C++, Philip Potter, 16:23 Re: bubble sort, Victor Bazarov, 16:23 Re: Problems with my .exe symbol, red floyd, 16:12 Re: serialize a structure, mlimber, 16:09 bubble sort, zfareed, 16:06 serialize a structure, markww, 16:04 Re: Linear Alegebra in C++, red floyd, 15:57 Re: ostream, Philip Potter, 15:29 Re: Problems with my .exe symbol, solarin, 15:16 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 15:10 Re: Linear Alegebra in C++, mlimber, 15:04 Re: Left shift, Michiel . Salters, 14:54 Re: Problems with my .exe symbol, Gernot Frisch, 14:53 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 14:53 Re: Left shift, Michiel . Salters, 14:48 Re: class composition problem, Jens Theisen, 14:43 Re: Call C++ function from C, Philip Potter, 14:43 Problems with my .exe symbol, solarin, 14:36 Re: ostream, silversurfer2025, 14:35 Re: Call C++ function from C, Ian Collins, 13:58 Call C++ function from C, tathanhdinh, 13:42 Re: ostream, Philip Potter, 13:39 Re: c++ technical probelsm (a beginner), arnuld, 13:36 Re: Slicing instances in STL containers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 13:36 Re: c++ technical probelsm (a beginner), David Harmon, 13:31 Re: ostream, David Harmon, 12:56 c++ technical probelsm (a beginner), arnuld, 12:55 Re: class composition problem, David Harmon, 12:36 Re: class composition problem, David Harmon, 12:22 Re: ostream, silversurfer2025, 12:18 Re: class composition problem, Gary Wessle, 12:10 ostream, silversurfer2025, 12:09 Re: Strange behavior of fmod(), Gernot Frisch, 11:24 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., peter koch, 11:18 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Rolf Magnus, 10:40 Re: Strange behavior of fmod(), peter koch, 10:39 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Rolf Magnus, 10:38 Re: The callback-to-derived-member function problem, ryan . mitchley, 10:28 Re: class composition problem, Jens Theisen, 10:17 Re: Hi all,, F.J.K., 10:14 Re: Hi all,, swati . talwar, 09:55 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Robert J. Hansen, 09:46 Re: Hi all,, Robert J. Hansen, 09:44 Hi all,, swati . talwar, 09:31 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Gernot Frisch, 09:31 Re: Strange behavior of fmod(), Schizoid Man, 09:27 Re: Strange behavior of fmod(), Schizoid Man, 09:22 Strange behavior of fmod(), Schizoid Man, 09:14 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, George, 08:51 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Salt_Peter, 08:50 Re: HELP, Jim Langston, 08:44 Re: ASP.NET C++ LNK1120 error, sna19, 08:40 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 08:28 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., al pacino, 08:19 Re: int* ptr=10;.......issue., Lars Uffmann, 07:50 int* ptr=10;.......issue., al pacino, 07:38 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Magcialking, 06:48 Re: HELP, Greg, 06:44 source formatter that sorts .h file according to public/private and protected?, CMOS, 06:41 Re: class composition problem, David Harmon, 06:34 class composition problem, Gary Wessle, 06:11 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 05:58 Re: HELP, Jim Langston, 05:41 Re: HELP, red floyd, 05:38 Re: Linear Alegebra in C++, matthewlimber, 05:32 Re: HELP, osmium, 05:31 HELP, sonhadorPR, 05:24 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 05:16 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 05:16 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Thomas Tutone, 05:09 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Jim Langston, 04:54 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Thomas Tutone, 04:31 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Magcialking, 04:21 Re: what's the problem with my iterator?, Jim Langston, 04:01 what's the problem with my iterator?, Magcialking, 03:52 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Old Wolf, 03:16 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Old Wolf, 03:11 Re: Re : Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!, Aurelien rainone, 02:15 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Steve Pope, 02:03 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Josh, 01:56 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Old Wolf, 01:54 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Aurelien rainone, 01:45 Re: Left shift, Old Wolf, 01:44 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 01:38 Re: Left shift, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:19 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 01:14 Re: Left shift, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:11 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Jim Langston, 01:08 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 00:22 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 00:12 Re: Left shift, Kai-Uwe Bux, 00:08 August 27, 2006 Re: Software Development C++ vs C#, Default User, 23:48 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 23:30 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 23:23 Re: Software Development C++ vs C#, Thomas Tutone, 23:11 Re: Software Development C++ vs C#, FunkyChciekn818, 23:11 Re: trouble outputing the address location of a character, Thomas Tutone, 23:10 Re: trouble outputing the address location of a character, jdcrief, 23:03 Re: Software Development C++ vs C#, Alf P. Steinbach, 23:00 Software Development C++ vs C#, FunkyChciekn818, 22:37 Re: how to copy a part of a binary file, Jerry Coffin, 22:26 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Jerry Coffin, 22:03 Re: C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Thomas Tutone, 21:44 C/C++ usage of typedef struct, Josh, 21:36 Re: line plot sample code, Jerry Coffin, 21:32 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 21:24 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 21:19 Re: What(s wrong with that :, Thomas Tutone, 21:09 Re: What(s wrong with that :, Thomas Tutone, 20:58 Re: What(s wrong with that :, Vincent RICHOMME, 20:25 Re: Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Thomas Tutone, 19:12 Re: Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Kai-Uwe Bux, 19:10 Re: ASP.NET C++ LNK1120 error, Thomas Tutone, 18:56 Re: Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Thomas Tutone, 18:37 Re: Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Juliano.net, 18:18 What(s wrong with that :, Vincent RICHOMME, 17:57 Re: What(s wrong with that :, Rolf Magnus, 17:57 ASP.NET C++ LNK1120 error, sna19, 17:24 Re: Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Jens Theisen, 17:14 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Jens Theisen, 16:59 Re: Re : Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!, Jens Theisen, 16:51 Capture audio/video and send through the internet, Juliano.net, 16:48 Re: XML library, Phlip, 16:38 Re: Re : Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!, Aurelien Rainone, 16:35 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Fredmanglis, 16:27 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Jens Theisen, 16:02 Re: Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Jerry Coffin, 16:00 Re: I want to modify STL to suite my requirement, benben, 15:57 Re: Re : Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!, Jens Theisen, 15:54 Colour and drawings or graphics in C++, Fredmanglis, 15:51 Re : Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!, orel, 15:19 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Frederick Gotham, 12:32 Re: Template as a base class., Jens Theisen, 11:08 Re: Any explanations, Jens Theisen, 10:58 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 10:44 Re: Left shift, Bo Persson, 10:10 Re: Template as a base class., Bo Persson, 09:55 I want to modify STL to suite my requirement, zhongling, 09:45 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Bo Persson, 09:10 Re: Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!!, David Harmon, 08:01 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 06:29 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 06:15 Object Factory Design Pattern by GoF, need help!!, orel, 05:37 Re: code to find correlation, Victor Bazarov, 04:51 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 04:45 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 01:39 Re: sorting the value not the key, Daniel T., 01:23 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 01:07 Re: sorting the value not the key, Kai-Uwe Bux, 00:38 code to find correlation, Gary Wessle, 00:31 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 00:27 Re: sorting the value not the key, Gary Wessle, 00:25 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, I V, 00:06 August 26, 2006 Re: Template as a base class., Ian Collins, 23:55 Re: copy strings into an arbitrary location !, Default User, 23:27 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Steve Pope, 23:23 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 23:22 Template as a base class., Kyku, 23:10 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Jarmo Muukka, 22:19 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Markus Grueneis, 22:07 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Markus Grueneis, 22:05 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Jarmo Muukka, 22:05 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Bo Persson, 22:00 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Jarmo Muukka, 21:48 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Jerry Coffin, 21:33 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Jerry Coffin, 21:30 Re: initialize static member variable, Salt_Peter, 21:07 Re: initialize static member variable, markww, 20:54 Re: initialize static member variable, Thomas Tutone, 20:50 Re: initialize static member variable, Alf P. Steinbach, 20:45 Re: initialize static member variable, Alf P. Steinbach, 20:41 Re: initialize static member variable, Thomas Tutone, 20:36 initialize static member variable, markww, 20:31 Re: compile error with Boost Function object and templated function (Intel C++ compiler), Faheem Mitha, 20:16 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Markus Grueneis, 20:14 Re: what's this usuage?, Frederick Gotham, 19:53 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Roland Pibinger, 19:52 Re: what's this usuage?, gMorphus, 19:51 Re: copy strings into an arbitrary location !, Frederick Gotham, 19:46 what's this usuage?, asdf, 19:42 Re: copy strings into an arbitrary location !, mlimber, 19:18 Re: compile error with Boost Function object and templated function (Intel C++ compiler), mlimber, 19:11 copy strings into an arbitrary location !, alkhoudri, 19:07 Re: compiling iso c++ code in Visual Studio environment, P.J. Plauger, 18:37 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Jens Theisen, 18:20 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Markus Kern, 17:55 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Markus Kern, 17:52 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Markus Kern, 17:45 Re: Cygwin g++ Mulitiple Definitions of std::min(), Victor Bazarov, 17:31 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Markus Grueneis, 17:23 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Frederick Gotham, 17:19 Re: casting, Frederick Gotham, 17:03 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, utab, 16:51 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Thomas Tutone, 16:49 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, utab, 16:47 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Thomas Tutone, 16:43 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, gMorphus, 16:43 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Pete Becker, 16:42 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Bo Persson, 16:37 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Markus Grueneis, 16:37 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, Thomas Tutone, 16:37 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, utab, 16:33 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Bo Persson, 16:30 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Bo Persson, 16:28 Re: Variable arguments for a Constructor, gMorphus, 16:27 Variable arguments for a Constructor, utab, 16:23 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Thomas Tutone, 16:15 Re: Error returning a string, Thomas J. Gritzan, 15:43 Cygwin g++ Mulitiple Definitions of std::min(), douglas . nospam, 15:29 Re: cast a pointer, Ron Natalie, 15:11 Re: cast a pointer, Ron Natalie, 15:09 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Jens Theisen, 14:03 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Markus Grueneis, 14:01 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Jens Theisen, 14:00 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Rolf Magnus, 14:00 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Jens Theisen, 13:54 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Rolf Magnus, 13:54 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, George, 12:42 Re: xmlrpc lib for c++, Neeraj Mahajan, 12:37 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, George, 12:27 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Markus Grueneis, 12:25 Re: Constructor with pointer as parameter, Markus Grueneis, 12:21 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 12:06 Re: Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Markus Kern, 11:29 Re: c++ highlighting in VI, Markus Kern, 11:24 Template Class Member Definitions in Headers?!?, Markus Kern, 11:23 Re: c++ highlighting in VI, Rolf Magnus, 11:19 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Bo Persson, 11:17 Re: Left shift, Jerry Coffin, 10:05 compile error with Boost Function object and templated function (Intel C++ compiler), Faheem Mitha, 08:20 c++ highlighting in VI, andrew browning, 08:12 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Ian Collins, 07:14 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Steve Pope, 06:49 Re: floatptr=(float*) intptr;, Ian Collins, 06:18 floatptr=(float*) intptr;, [email protected], 06:03 floatptr=(float*) intptr;, [email protected], 05:58 casting, [email protected], 05:55 Re: compiling iso c++ code in Visual Studio environment, Jim Langston, 05:40 Re: compiling iso c++ code in Visual Studio environment, Ian Collins, 05:20 Re: Ugly C looking code, Ian Collins, 04:45 compiling iso c++ code in Visual Studio environment, RS, 04:36 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Kirit Sælensminde, 04:34 Re: Ugly C looking code, Serpardum, 04:31 Re: Ugly C looking code, Serpardum, 04:26 Re: A question of pointer initialization, Salt_Peter, 03:10 Re: Left shift, Ron Natalie, 02:47 Re: Ugly C looking code, Phlip, 02:33 Re: Ugly C looking code, Ian Collins, 02:13 Re: Can't compile HW, Jerry Coffin, 01:44 Ugly C looking code, Jim Langston, 01:17 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Steve Pope, 01:08 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, quarup, 01:01 Re: assigning string constant to char *, zeppe, 01:00 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Victor Bazarov, 00:54 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Steve Pope, 00:49 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Victor Bazarov, 00:47 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Thomas Tutone, 00:46 Re: trouble outputing the address location of a character, Victor Bazarov, 00:44 Re: trouble outputing the address location of a character, zeppe, 00:44 Re: assigning string constant to char *, peter koch, 00:43 Re: assigning string constant to char *, zeppe, 00:37 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Steve Pope, 00:30 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, peter koch, 00:24 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, zeppe, 00:23 trouble outputing the address location of a character, jdcrief, 00:22 Re: evaluating strings, Howard, 00:21 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Jens Theisen, 00:08 August 25, 2006 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:52 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Ian Collins, 23:51 Re: assigning string constant to char *, Thomas Tutone, 23:36 assigning string constant to char *, Steve Pope, 22:46 Re: How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Frederick Gotham, 22:43 How to be sure my array only takes pointer, Vincent RICHOMME, 22:24 Re: cast a pointer, Howard, 22:14 Re: cast a pointer, Frederick Gotham, 22:05 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 21:54 Re: Can't compile HW, Default User, 21:53 Re: Cant get codec to work, Marcus Kwok, 21:29 Re: Cant get codec to work, Jens Theisen, 21:29 Re: Cant get codec to work, red floyd, 21:28 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 21:25 cast a pointer, markww, 21:15 Re: A question of pointer initialization, manuhack, 21:10 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 21:09 xmlrpc lib for c++, Manuel, 20:47 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Howard, 20:41 Re: Address of member (pointer syntax), Victor Bazarov, 20:39 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 20:24 Cant get codec to work, Jason, 20:24 Re: Can't compile HW, Frederick Gotham, 20:19 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 20:15 Address of member (pointer syntax), Marcus, 20:10 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, k04jg02, 20:09 Re: Can't compile HW, vcgeek, 20:08 Re: Can't compile HW, Victor Bazarov, 19:59 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 19:58 Can't compile HW, vcgeek, 19:50 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 19:43 Re: The callback-to-derived-member function problem, k04jg02, 19:41 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 19:37 Re: The callback-to-derived-member function problem, mlimber, 19:19 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Noah Roberts, 18:58 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Noah Roberts, 18:50 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 18:37 Re: Completely new to C++, any ideas where to start?, Thomas Tutone, 18:29 Re: Completely new to C++, any ideas where to start?, Marcus Kwok, 18:26 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Howard, 18:26 Completely new to C++, any ideas where to start?, neodemi, 18:13 Re: Howto make an instance of a class defined in a DLL, red floyd, 17:45 Re: Howto make an instance of a class defined in a DLL, red floyd, 17:43 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 17:38 The callback-to-derived-member function problem, ryan . mitchley, 17:32 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Howard, 17:04 Re: class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 16:55 Re: A question of pointer initialization, Howard, 16:51 Re: class similar to a function object?, Michiel . Salters, 16:34 Re: class similar to a function object?, Victor Bazarov, 16:25 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, Jerry Coffin, 16:15 Re: dll-interface problem, Marcus Kwok, 16:00 dll-interface problem, GT, 15:38 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, Marcus Kwok, 15:36 class similar to a function object?, Jef Driesen, 15:17 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, Marcus Kwok, 14:56 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, keepyourstupidspam, 14:53 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, Nick Keighley, 14:47 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, "Nils O. Selåsdal", 14:45 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, keepyourstupidspam, 14:40 Re: Left shift, Bo Persson, 14:26 Re: sorting the value not the key, Earl Purple, 14:20 Re: Error returning a string, solarin, 14:18 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Kirit Sælensminde, 14:17 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, Bo Persson, 14:15 Re: Error returning a string, Bo Persson, 14:10 Re: Left shift, Victor Bazarov, 14:09 Re: Left shift, Earl Purple, 14:04 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, Victor Bazarov, 13:56 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, keepyourstupidspam, 13:50 Re: Tokenizer does not like ampersand, Victor Bazarov, 13:40 Tokenizer does not like ampersand, keepyourstupidspam, 13:37 Re: Error returning a string, solarin, 13:22 Re: Error returning a string, peter koch, 13:11 Re: Error returning a string, Kai-Uwe Bux, 13:06 Re: Error returning a string, solarin, 13:06 Re: Howto make an instance of a class defined in a DLL, Bernd Muent, 13:02 Re: Error returning a string, solarin, 12:29 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, Jose Luis, 12:28 Re: Error returning a string, peter koch, 12:10 Re: What is faster, const_iterator or iterator?, peter koch, 12:01 Re: What is faster, const_iterator or iterator?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:59 What is faster, const_iterator or iterator?, ul, 11:43 Re: Error returning a string, solarin, 11:11 Re: STL stack initialization, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:11 STL stack initialization, Christian Christmann, 10:41 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Shooting, 10:38 Re: Error returning a string, Michiel . Salters, 10:36 Error returning a string, solarin, 10:20 Re: why class A and E's sizes are 4 instead of 1?, Shooting, 09:32 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 09:02 Re: A question of pointer initialization, manuhack, 08:49 Re: why class A and E's sizes are 4 instead of 1?, David Harmon, 07:51 Re: what's the difference betwwen these two ways to use std::ofstream, thinktwice, 07:44 Re: shared member between class instances, markww, 06:05 Re: shared member between class instances, Steve Pope, 06:01 Re: shared member between class instances, Greg, 06:00 Re: shared member between class instances, markww, 05:51 Re: shared member between class instances, Steve Pope, 05:47 shared member between class instances, markww, 05:42 Re: Left shift, Steve Pope, 05:29 Re: why class A and E's sizes are 4 instead of 1?, Salt_Peter, 04:42 Re: A question of pointer initialization, Salt_Peter, 04:10 Re: sorting the value not the key, Daniel T., 03:20 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, quarup, 03:08 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, quarup, 03:05 Re: Porting from Windows to Linux - template class derivative compilation problems, Chuck Chopp, 03:01 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, Victor Bazarov, 03:00 Re: Porting from Windows to Linux - template class derivative compilation problems, Chuck Chopp, 02:57 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, Alan Johnson, 02:53 Re: template function specialization inside template class possible?, Victor Bazarov, 02:53 template function specialization inside template class possible?, quarup, 02:20 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., zmc, 02:19 Re: Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., Julián Albo, 01:36 Inheritance implementation just feels wrong, I need reasons though..., bsruth, 01:17 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Julián Albo, 01:16 Re: A question of pointer initialization, Howard, 00:52 Re: Code puzzle?: Implementing arrays without arrays or heap, k04jg02, 00:49 Re: Code puzzle?: Implementing arrays without arrays or heap, k04jg02, 00:45 Re: A question of pointer initialization, Howard, 00:42 A question of pointer initialization, manuhack, 00:37 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, Jim Langston, 00:16 August 24, 2006 Re: evaluating strings, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:52 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:44 Re: evaluating strings, Gary Wessle, 23:39 Re: Porting from Windows to Linux - template class derivative compilation problems, Volker Lukas, 23:22 Re: evaluating strings, Gary Wessle, 23:17 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 23:11 why class A and E's sizes are 4 instead of 1?, yuyang08, 23:09 Re: Porting from Windows to Linux - template class derivative compilation problems, Thomas Tutone, 23:07 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Howard, 22:55 Re: Same function implementation... different parameter types, Thomas Tutone, 22:48 Same function implementation... different parameter types, Senthryl, 22:41 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 22:34 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 22:30 Re: web application launcher, Jack Klein, 22:27 Porting from Windows to Linux - template class derivative compilation problems, Chuck Chopp, 22:22 Re: sorting the value not the key, Thomas Tutone, 22:12 Re: evaluating strings, mlimber, 22:05 Re: evaluating strings, Kai-Uwe Bux, 21:59 Re: sorting the value not the key, mlimber, 21:58 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, Thomas Tutone, 21:48 web application launcher, Jawad Rehman, 21:35 evaluating strings, temp34k45k, 21:20 Re: Relative Paths (noobie question), huntedsnark, 21:20 sorting the value not the key, Gary Wessle, 21:18 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Howard, 21:18 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 21:14 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 21:13 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 21:10 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, tony, 21:07 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Frederick Gotham, 20:29 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, Thomas Tutone, 20:27 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 20:25 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Marcus Kwok, 20:11 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, CoreyWhite, 20:09 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, tony, 20:08 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 20:03 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, red floyd, 19:51 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, red floyd, 19:49 Re: Hiding rule and pure virtuals, Default User, 19:35 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, CoreyWhite, 19:26 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, Thomas Tutone, 19:10 Re: complexx cicles, osmium, 18:50 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, cindy . r . mcgee, 18:31 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, cindy . r . mcgee, 18:29 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, cindy . r . mcgee, 18:28 Re: Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, Victor Bazarov, 18:28 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, Victor Bazarov, 18:25 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, red floyd, 18:25 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Howard, 18:20 Totally omit default parameter brackets from template?, tony, 18:14 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 18:10 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 18:08 Re: Please suggest me some sites, Phlip, 18:07 Re: Please suggest me some sites, ashutosh, 18:03 Re: Please suggest me some sites, ashutosh, 18:01 Please suggest me some sites, ashutosh, 17:59 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, Victor Bazarov, 17:59 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Frederick Gotham, 17:57 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 17:51 Re: Relative Paths (noobie question), Victor Bazarov, 17:50 Re: complexx cicles, Howard, 17:48 Re: Relative Paths (noobie question), Howard, 17:44 Re: Left shift, Victor Bazarov, 17:38 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Howard, 17:36 Relative Paths (noobie question), maharg, 17:36 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, red floyd, 17:36 Re: Left shift, Michiel . Salters, 17:32 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Victor Bazarov, 17:27 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Howard, 17:26 Re: complexx cicles, Victor Bazarov, 17:24 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, Victor Bazarov, 17:23 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Frederick Gotham, 17:21 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, Victor Bazarov, 17:16 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Frederick Gotham, 17:14 Re: Code puzzle?: Implementing arrays without arrays or heap, Frederick Gotham, 17:08 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Roland Pibinger, 17:05 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 16:54 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 16:51 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Greg, 16:49 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 16:46 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Daniel T., 16:42 Re: WAV to BMP & Back!, Howard, 16:33 Re: Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, Victor Bazarov, 16:22 Member variable with the same name in base and derived?, [email protected], 16:19 Re: range iterator, toton, 15:21 Re: range iterator, toton, 15:20 Re: how to check a particular bit of a DWORD value?, remigiusz.zagrobelski, 14:54 Re: how to check a particular bit of a DWORD value?, remigiusz.zagrobelski, 14:39 Re: Question about static's, luc . holtkamp, 14:38 Re: how to check a particular bit of a DWORD value?, Stefan Naewe, 14:33 Re: range iterator, Kai-Uwe Bux, 14:26 Re: how to check a particular bit of a DWORD value?, mlimber, 14:25 Re: what's the difference betwwen these two ways to use std::ofstream, Bo Persson, 14:23 how to check a particular bit of a DWORD value?, remigiusz.zagrobelski, 14:21 Re: Name look up rules, Bo Persson, 14:14 Re: How to download an URL (cross-platform), Ivan Vecerina, 13:58 range iterator, toton, 13:56 Re: Howto make an instance of a class defined in a DLL, benben, 13:54 Re: Code puzzle?: Implementing arrays without arrays or heap, Earl Purple, 13:46 How to download an URL (cross-platform), Simon, 13:45 Re: how to copy a part of a binary file, pedagani, 13:40 Re: Hiding rule and pure virtuals, benben, 13:02 Re: Hiding rule and pure virtuals, ashishyadav26, 12:42 Re: line plot sample code, benben, 12:37 Hiding rule and pure virtuals, Thomas Kowalski, 12:10 Howto make an instance of a class defined in a DLL, Bernd Muent, 11:38 Code puzzle?: Implementing arrays without arrays or heap, k04jg02, 11:25 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, amirkam1, 11:14 line plot sample code, Jean-Marie Epitalon, 10:59 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:53 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, amirkam1, 10:43 Re: Valid pointer to map element after erase, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:38 Re: Destructor & Constructor Question, Rolf Magnus, 10:20 Re: how to copy a part of a binary file, Jens Theisen, 10:10 Destructor & Constructor Question, kasiyil, 09:46 Valid pointer to map element after erase, gfiuni2, 09:41 Re: Stumpted: sorting vectors., Jim Langston, 09:28 Re: List Iterator = NULL?, Amit Bhatia, 08:26 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Heinz Ozwirk, 08:15 how to copy a part of a binary file, pedagani, 07:33 Re: List Iterator = NULL?, Mark P, 06:42 Stumpted: sorting vectors., JoeC, 06:22 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Salt_Peter, 06:04 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, David Harmon, 05:48 Re: Why it's a pointer not just a class, Daniel T., 05:08 Why it's a pointer not just a class, Michael, 04:24 Re: Left shift, Jack Klein, 04:22 WAV to BMP & Back!, CoreyWhite, 04:17 List Iterator = NULL?, Amit Bhatia, 04:17 what's the difference betwwen these two ways to use std::ofstream, thinktwice, 04:10 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Clark S. Cox III, 03:55 Re: Newbie C++ question, Alex, 03:42 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Steve Pope, 03:26 Re: Newbie C++ question, Alex, 03:26 Re: Name look up rules, Victor Bazarov, 02:21 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", xgngli, 02:00 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Michal Nazarewicz, 01:51 Re: why printf works first than cout, Gavin Deane, 01:34 Name look up rules, puzzlecracker, 01:16 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Alan Johnson, 01:11 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Mark P, 01:07 Re: Question about using namespace std, Jim Langston, 01:06 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Alan Johnson, 01:05 Re: the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", Jens Theisen, 01:03 the difference between "const char* s" and "char* const s", xgngli, 00:47 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Jim Langston, 00:15 August 23, 2006 Re: timers in C++, Boris, 23:55 Re: timers in C++, Default User, 23:48 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Thomas Tutone, 23:44 Re: how to solve these equations, Default User, 23:44 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Victor Bazarov, 23:39 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Howard, 23:32 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Howard, 23:29 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Noah Roberts, 23:19 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Victor Bazarov, 23:11 Re: Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, Markus Grueneis, 23:11 Why is it -- or is it -- bad to cast like the following code?, cindy . r . mcgee, 22:57 Re: Start point of execution of a program, W Marsh, 22:55 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Victor Bazarov, 22:41 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Marcus Kwok, 22:22 Re: acces base class member from derive class, Ian Collins, 22:18 Re: Question about static's, Julián Albo, 21:54 Re: timers in C++, Moonlit, 21:42 Re: Virtual function definition, Default User, 21:03 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Default User, 21:00 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Default User, 20:57 Re: operator= accepting a template?, Thomas Tutone, 20:33 operator= accepting a template?, Jim Langston, 20:10 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, alacrite, 20:00 Re: how to solve these equations, r norman, 19:31 Re: combinations ( NchooseK), Mark P, 19:20 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, Howard, 19:17 Re: Left shift, Thomas Tutone, 19:11 Re: Left shift, Howard, 19:09 Re: Left shift, Marcus Kwok, 19:07 Re: Left shift, Frederick Gotham, 19:05 Re: how to solve these equations, Mark P, 19:04 Re: Left shift, Noah Roberts, 18:58 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 18:43 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 18:34 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 18:29 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, alacrite, 18:29 Left shift, Christian Christmann, 18:21 Re: how to solve these equations, Ural Mutlu, 18:20 Re: how to solve these equations, Ural Mutlu, 18:14 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, ruffiano, 18:14 Re: timers in C++, Howard, 18:03 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, Victor Bazarov, 17:55 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, BigBrian, 17:53 Re: timers in C++, solarin, 17:53 Re: how to solve these equations, Douglas Reed, 17:53 Re: is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, Victor Bazarov, 17:53 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Frederick Gotham, 17:51 Re: how to solve these equations, Victor Bazarov, 17:50 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Frederick Gotham, 17:50 Re: MIDL problems, Thomas Tutone, 17:49 Re: how to solve these equations, Noah Roberts, 17:49 Re: MIDL problems, Victor Bazarov, 17:47 Re: Better program design?, Noah Roberts, 17:44 Re: timers in C++, Jaime, 17:42 is not a member error when trying to init members in constructor, alacrite, 17:36 Re: Better program design?, Jerry Coffin, 17:35 how to solve these equations, vj, 17:34 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 17:34 Re: Question about static's, Greg Comeau, 17:29 MIDL problems, McGragger, 17:25 timers in C++, solarin, 17:15 Re: Question about static's, Philip Potter, 17:11 Re: Design question, Frederick Gotham, 16:54 Re: explain, Howard, 16:40 Re: Question about static's, Greg Comeau, 16:36 Re: Question about static's, Greg Comeau, 16:33 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Victor Bazarov, 16:12 Re: Question about static's, Greg Comeau, 16:11 Re: How are functions organized in c++, peter koch, 16:10 Re: Question about static's, Greg Comeau, 16:09 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Rolf Magnus, 16:02 Re: Question about static's, Victor Bazarov, 15:57 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Greg Comeau, 15:50 Question about static's, luc . holtkamp, 15:48 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Greg Comeau, 15:47 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Pete Becker, 15:34 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Greg Comeau, 15:30 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Victor Bazarov, 15:24 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Greg Comeau, 15:21 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Greg Comeau, 15:17 Re: Better program design?, Daniel T., 15:14 Re: acces base class member from derive class, gyan, 15:14 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Greg Comeau, 15:11 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Ron Natalie, 15:06 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Rolf Magnus, 15:06 Re: Better program design?, Philip Potter, 15:04 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Ron Natalie, 15:02 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 14:59 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Victor Bazarov, 14:57 Re: W.A.P., Victor Bazarov, 14:54 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 14:44 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Greg Comeau, 14:42 Re: Start point of execution of a program, peter koch, 14:27 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, peter koch, 14:23 Re: Design question, Ivan Vecerina, 14:11 Re: class definition in template class, Marcosu, 14:11 Re: Anti-crack and anti-piracy application protection and licensing solution using code morphing., jeanjean_5, 13:29 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Michiel . Salters, 13:24 W.A.P., kishi, 13:24 Re: Virtual function definition, George, 13:24 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Michiel . Salters, 13:21 Re: class definition in template class, benben, 13:20 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Pete Becker, 13:06 Re: why printf works first than cout, Pete Becker, 12:59 Re: why printf works first than cout, Pete Becker, 12:54 Re: How are functions organized in c++, Rolf Magnus, 12:47 Re: Design question, Kai-Uwe Bux, 12:30 class definition in template class, Marcosu, 12:17 How are functions organized in c++, Ranjay, 12:11 Re: Start point of execution of a program, peter koch, 11:54 Re: Start point of execution of a program, subrat, 11:54 Design question, Christian Christmann, 11:38 Re: Start point of execution of a program, [email protected], 11:21 Re: declaring a stream then defining it, Heinz Ozwirk, 11:13 Re: Start point of execution of a program, Ian Collins, 11:01 Start point of execution of a program, subrat, 10:50 Re: why empty class has size 1 byte, Ian Collins, 10:47 Re: why empty class has size 1 byte, Ajay, 10:42 Re: why empty class has size 1 byte, Ajay, 10:39 Re: Why can't the source compile?, [email protected], 10:23 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Ian Collins, 10:13 Re: Better program design?, ralph, 10:11 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Mark P, 10:11 Re: Why can't the source compile?, sword, 09:59 Re: Why can't the source compile?, Phlip, 09:46 Why can't the source compile?, sword, 09:40 Re: How to use enum from a different namespace?, Ian Collins, 09:12 declaring a stream then defining it, Gary Wessle, 08:58 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, David Harmon, 08:40 Re: How to use enum from a different namespace?, toton, 08:23 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Yi, 08:09 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Vikram, 07:57 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Yi, 07:50 Re: delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Vikram, 07:43 Re: How to use enum from a different namespace?, Ian Collins, 07:41 delete dynamically allocated memory in a list?, Yi, 07:23 Re: Better program design?, Jerry Coffin, 07:06 How to use enum from a different namespace?, toton, 07:04 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Ian Collins, 06:22 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, raxitsheth2000, 06:02 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, ruffiano, 05:11 Re: Better program design?, Phlip, 04:56 combinations ( NchooseK), Gary Wessle, 04:54 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 04:42 Re: Better program design?, Phlip, 04:23 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 04:14 Re: Better program design?, Daniel T., 04:06 Re: interfaces,, Victor Bazarov, 03:34 Re: explain, Salt_Peter, 03:03 Re: Better program design?, JoeC, 03:03 Re: explain, Phlip, 02:48 Re: explain, Ian Collins, 02:47 Re: Better program design?, Phlip, 02:45 explain, ashishbhattad, 02:39 explain, ashishbhattad, 02:39 Re: interfaces,, Phlip, 02:35 Better program design?, JoeC, 02:29 interfaces,, vsgdp, 02:17 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Noah Roberts, 01:49 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Ian Collins, 01:36 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Frederick Gotham, 01:32 Re: Using C functions in a C++ program, Noah Roberts, 01:30 Using C functions in a C++ program, ruffiano, 01:24 Re: Variable across instances of class., Frederick Gotham, 01:20 Re: Variable across instances of class., Frederick Gotham, 01:20 Re: Variable across instances of class., Howard, 00:43 Re: Variable across instances of class., Howard, 00:37 Re: Variable across instances of class., Howard, 00:33 Re: Variable across instances of class., Thomas J. Gritzan, 00:28 Re: toggle keys, Victor Bazarov, 00:26 Re: Variable across instances of class., [email protected], 00:25 Re: Variable across instances of class., Scott McPhillips [MVP], 00:18 Re: Variable across instances of class., Ian Collins, 00:11 August 22, 2006 toggle keys, PARIJAT, 23:56 Variable across instances of class., Amit Bhatia, 23:55 Re: constructor call syntax, Rolf Magnus, 23:55 Re: Question about using namespace std, Mark P, 23:42 Re: why printf works first than cout, Greg Comeau, 23:29 Re: Question about using namespace std, Alf P. Steinbach, 23:15 Re: replacing blank lines in my .txt data file, Luka Djigas, 23:03 Re: Computers Get The Cancer Too, Howard, 22:58 Question about using namespace std, Schizoid Man, 22:50 Re: copying map, Mark P, 20:56 Re: Virtual function definition, Jens Theisen, 20:50 copying map, Minkoo Seo, 20:39 Portable way to compare strings using case-insensitive, Diego Martins, 20:14 Re: why printf works first than cout, Thomas J. 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How to use this Math function, Howard, 18:30 why empty class has size 1 byte, Ajay, 18:28 Re: Moment, Skew and Kurtosis? How to use this Math function, Raj, 18:12 Re: make_pair with auto_ptr: ... discards qualifiers, Victor Bazarov, 18:10 Re: Moment, Skew and Kurtosis? How to use this Math function, Konstantin Miller, 18:04 Re: why printf works first than cout, Jack Klein, 18:04 Re: The most powerful computer security tools, shadowman615, 18:00 make_pair with auto_ptr: ... discards qualifiers, Markus Dehmann, 17:15 Re: 3D library needed to display wire objects, Victor Bazarov, 17:12 3D library needed to display wire objects, DavidADEW, 17:03 Re: why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Marcus Kwok, 16:21 Re: Virtual function definition, Kirit Sælensminde, 16:07 Moment, Skew and Kurtosis? How to use this Math function, Raj, 15:46 Re: Virtual function definition, Bo Persson, 15:43 Re: constructor call syntax, Frederick Gotham, 15:22 Re: a little confussion about initialization, Frederick Gotham, 15:20 Re: why printf works first than cout, Thomas J. Gritzan, 14:46 Re: non-POD type in call to va_start, Ross, 14:45 Re: why printf works first than cout, Greg Comeau, 14:45 Re: why printf works first than cout, Ron Natalie, 14:42 Re: why printf works first than cout, Ron Natalie, 14:42 Re: Virtual function definition, Thomas J. Gritzan, 14:34 Re: why printf works first than cout, mlimber, 14:32 Re: constructor call syntax, Greg Comeau, 14:20 Re: a little confussion about initialization, Ron Natalie, 14:04 why printf works first than cout, pai, 14:03 Re: File size difference under different compilers., Ron Natalie, 14:00 Re: constructor call syntax, toton, 13:57 Re: deriving a class from a base class, Ivan Vecerina, 13:55 Re: non-POD type in call to va_start, Andrey Tarasevich, 13:53 deriving a class from a base class, markww, 13:45 Re: pointer to a map, markww, 13:43 Re: Virtual function definition, Philip Potter, 13:31 Re: Virtual function definition, Jens Theisen, 13:29 Re: Virtual function definition, [email protected], 13:28 Virtual function definition, George, 13:00 Re: non-POD type in call to va_start, amirkam1, 12:22 Re: non-POD type in call to va_start, Ross, 12:11 Re: constructor call syntax, Heinz Ozwirk, 12:04 Re: non-POD type in call to va_start, Rolf Magnus, 12:02 Re: constructor call syntax, Michiel . Salters, 12:01 Re: constructor call syntax, pp, 12:00 Re: constructor call syntax, Rolf Magnus, 11:59 non-POD type in call to va_start, Ross, 11:53 Re: algorith implementation, Fraser Ross, 11:49 constructor call syntax, toton, 11:36 Re: dereferencing problem, Milind, 11:17 Re: STL vector, Ivan Vecerina, 11:09 dereferencing problem, Gary Wessle, 10:58 Re: pointer to a map, Ian Collins, 10:42 Re: pointer to a map, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:17 Re: pointer to a map, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:16 Re: why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Greg Comeau, 09:45 why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Ajay, 09:35 why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Ajay, 09:35 why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Ajay, 09:35 why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Ajay, 09:35 why is size of empty class is 1 byte, Ajay, 09:35 Re: algorith implementation, Kai-Uwe Bux, 09:29 Re: a little confussion about initialization, Andrey Tarasevich, 08:32 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Jim Langston, 07:55 Re: pointer to a map, amirkam1, 07:48 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, Ian Collins, 06:56 Re: File size difference under different compilers., Ian Collins, 06:53 Re: File size difference under different compilers., Jim Langston, 06:51 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, manish, 06:50 Re: pointer to a map, Jim Langston, 06:11 File size difference under different compilers., Chen Shusheng, 06:02 Re: acces base class member from derive class, Ian Collins, 05:36 Re: pointer to a map, Ian Collins, 05:32 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Valmont, 05:29 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Valmont, 05:28 Re: Problem binding a predicate to random_shuffle(), Nelis Franken, 05:20 acces base class member from derive class, gyan, 05:15 Re: preprocessor code, Greg Comeau, 04:59 Re: Memory Leak, Greg Comeau, 04:49 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, amirkam1, 04:40 pointer to a map, markww, 04:37 Re: a little confussion about initialization, Ron Natalie, 04:34 a little confussion about initialization, Magcialking, 04:10 Re: containment of standard c++ classes, Jim Langston, 03:43 Re: I think this should be a memory leakage. Anyone agree?, Victor Bazarov, 03:17 I think this should be a memory leakage. Anyone agree?, Zongjun Qi, 02:52 Re: algorith implementation, Victor Bazarov, 02:51 Re: algorith implementation, Victor Bazarov, 02:48 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 02:44 Re: preprocessor code, Jerry Coffin, 02:38 Re: understanding memset, Frederick Gotham, 02:36 Re: algorith implementation, Frederick Gotham, 02:30 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 02:26 Re: Memory Leak, Jerry Coffin, 02:22 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Victor Bazarov, 02:21 Re: preprocessor code, Old Wolf, 02:12 Re: How to test for memory leaks?, defendusa2, 01:52 Re: understanding memset, Ivan Vecerina, 01:46 Re: preprocessor code, defendusa2, 01:43 Re: understanding memset, defendusa2, 01:42 Re: understanding memset, Kai-Uwe Bux, 01:40 understanding memset, pauldepstein, 01:19 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Heinz Ozwirk, 01:18 Re: algorith implementation, Kai-Uwe Bux, 01:05 Re: Memory Leak, Kai-Uwe Bux, 01:01 Re: Memory Leak, Default User, 01:00 Re: COPY DATA FROM A BUFFER AND SEND TO SERIAL i/o, Default User, 00:57 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 00:45 Re: preprocessor code, Howard, 00:36 Re: containment of standard c++ classes, Bo Persson, 00:35 Re: Memory Leak, Lars Uffmann, 00:33 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Howard, 00:32 preprocessor code, pauldepstein, 00:31 COPY DATA FROM A BUFFER AND SEND TO SERIAL i/o, ashishbhattad, 00:26 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Andrey Tarasevich, 00:14 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Jim Langston, 00:08 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 00:07 containment of standard c++ classes, pauldepstein, 00:00 August 21, 2006 Re: algorith implementation, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:56 Re: Problem with scope, Florian Lindner, 23:47 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Greg Comeau, 23:44 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Ian Collins, 23:38 Re: algorith implementation, Frederick Gotham, 23:38 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 23:28 Re: Memory Leak, Greg Comeau, 23:17 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Victor Bazarov, 23:14 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Greg Comeau, 23:09 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Default User, 22:53 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Stuart Golodetz, 22:51 Re: replacing blank lines in my .txt data file, Victor Bazarov, 22:47 replacing blank lines in my .txt data file, diazhenrique, 22:45 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Victor Bazarov, 22:42 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Alan Johnson, 22:34 Re: Forward decleration of enumerations and typedefs in a NameSpace, Jens Theisen, 22:33 Re: How to test for memory leaks?, miara, 22:25 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Victor Bazarov, 22:03 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Default User, 22:00 Re: const and non-const version of the same fcn., Victor Bazarov, 21:59 Re: How to test for memory leaks?, p1r0, 21:52 Re: How to test for memory leaks?, Phlip, 21:37 const and non-const version of the same fcn., Mark P, 21:29 How to test for memory leaks?, p1r0, 21:28 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, sposes, 21:21 Re: Indirection operator placement, Marty, 20:26 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Howard, 20:26 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Kai-Uwe Bux, 20:17 Re: algorith implementation, Default User, 20:14 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Default User, 20:13 Re: Random Numbers, Howard, 20:07 Re: basic code from Eckel's c++ book, Ron Natalie, 19:24 Re: basic code from Eckel's c++ book, amparikh, 19:24 Re: Indirection operator placement, Marcus Kwok, 19:15 basic code from Eckel's c++ book, pauldepstein, 19:08 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Philip Potter, 19:07 Re: cvs in eclipse, Rolf Magnus, 19:01 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Kai-Uwe Bux, 18:56 Re: Problem with scope, Volker Lukas, 18:45 Re: = operator: vector, Jerry Coffin, 18:44 Re: Indirection operator placement, Howard, 18:43 Re: Problem with scope, Howard, 18:35 Re: Problem with scope, Victor Bazarov, 18:31 Re: IDE for Linux with good code completion, Default User, 18:26 Re: Indirection operator placement, Frederick Gotham, 18:17 Re: Problem with scope, Florian Lindner, 18:13 Re: Indirection operator placement, tolgaceylanus, 18:11 Indirection operator placement, Marty, 18:07 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Victor Bazarov, 18:00 Re: algorith implementation, Fraser Ross, 17:52 Re: algorith implementation, Fraser Ross, 17:48 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Rolf Magnus, 17:47 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., tolgaceylanus, 17:44 Re: Recursion, Phlip, 17:41 Re: Problem with scope, Howard, 17:32 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Frederick Gotham, 17:32 Re: Help / NET, Howard, 17:26 Problem with scope, Florian Lindner, 17:26 Re: Recursion, Jerry Coffin, 17:24 Re: IDE for Linux with good code completion, ehilah, 17:02 Re: Random Numbers, [email protected], 16:58 Re: IDE for Linux with good code completion, Aquila Deus, 16:52 Re: Help / NET, Aquila Deus, 16:49 Re: Help / NET, Victor Bazarov, 16:42 Re: Random Numbers, Chris Theis, 16:16 Re: Random Numbers, Jerry Coffin, 16:01 Help / NET, Hardy &&&, 15:58 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Victor Bazarov, 15:33 Re: cvs in eclipse, Victor Bazarov, 15:31 Re: questions about point?, carcrashnights, 15:25 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., [email protected], 15:25 Re: questions about point?, mlimber, 15:23 questions about point?, P1u70, 14:59 cvs in eclipse, abhi, 14:54 cvs in eclipse, abhi, 14:54 Re: IDE for Linux with good code completion, Victor Bazarov, 14:45 Re: Linked list/Tree using iterators?, Victor Bazarov, 14:44 Re: Problem binding a predicate to random_shuffle(), Victor Bazarov, 14:36 Re: algorith implementation, Victor Bazarov, 14:28 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Kai-Uwe Bux, 13:59 Problem binding a predicate to random_shuffle(), Nelis Franken, 13:28 Re: question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., Rolf Magnus, 13:28 Re: How does "delete [] " work?, Philipp, 13:23 question on initializing a pointer to an object and releasing the memory., sg71 . cherub, 13:18 Re: Recursion, Philip Potter, 12:29 Re: = operator: vector, Philip Potter, 12:26 Re: Random Numbers, Philipp, 12:19 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Stefan Naewe, 12:16 Re: Random Numbers, Pedro Sousa, 12:02 Re: Memory Leak, Bernd Strieder, 11:56 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Ian Collins, 11:53 Re: = operator: vector, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:48 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Jim Langston, 11:47 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Jim Langston, 11:40 Re: Recursion, Jim Langston, 11:38 Re: STL find algorithm, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:13 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, sreelakshmi . rajula, 11:12 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, amirkam1, 10:58 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:48 Re: = operator: vector, Philip Potter, 10:41 Re: Recursion, Stefan Naewe, 10:38 Re: Recursion, "Nils O. Selåsdal", 10:31 Re: which compiler and IDE will you use?, raisenero, 10:09 Re: Random Numbers, Robert J. Hansen, 10:05 Re: List iterators default constructible?, Stefan Naewe, 09:52 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Stefan Naewe, 09:47 Re: Forward decleration of enumerations and typedefs in a NameSpace, kasiyil, 09:37 Re: Forward decleration of enumerations and typedefs in a NameSpace, Ian Collins, 09:27 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Ian Collins, 09:25 Forward decleration of enumerations and typedefs in a NameSpace, kasiyil, 09:25 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., for . fun, 09:18 Re: Unix and Windows, Remis Norvilis, 09:17 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., for . fun, 09:15 Re: virtual functions in virtual base class, red floyd, 09:01 Re: Recursion, ffairy2323, 08:59 virtual functions in virtual base class, sreelakshmi . rajula, 08:34 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Jim Langston, 08:10 Re: How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Ian Collins, 07:56 Re: Recursion, Jim Langston, 07:33 Re: Recursion, Phlip, 06:38 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Jim Langston, 06:28 Re: Recursion, Sjouke Burry, 06:27 Recursion, MakeMineScotch, 06:18 Re: STL find algorithm, red floyd, 06:07 Re: How to use lib function "getline", red floyd, 06:05 How to make a sub class a friend in another class?, Jim Langston, 06:02 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Ian Collins, 05:59 Re: Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., Lars Uffmann, 05:40 Re: Memory Leak, Lars Uffmann, 05:38 Re: Memory Leak, Lars Uffmann, 05:37 Re: Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, Phlip, 05:30 Convert from std::string to unsigned char*, sposes, 04:41 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Clark S. Cox III, 03:53 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Ian Collins, 02:14 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Gaijinco, 02:13 Re: Strange problem with size_t, Ian Collins, 02:11 Strange problem with size_t, Gaijinco, 02:08 Re: Unix and Windows, Ian Collins, 01:42 Unix and Windows, Mohsen, 01:39 Re: STL find algorithm, Jens Theisen, 01:28 August 20, 2006 Re: Help with template, Volker Lukas, 23:35 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, peter koch, 23:24 Re: Help with template, Jens Theisen, 23:23 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Keith Thompson, 22:53 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 22:40 Re: Random Numbers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 22:28 Re: STL find algorithm, Bo Persson, 22:22 Help with template, a, 22:20 Re: algorith implementation, Clark S. Cox III, 22:15 Re: Random Numbers, Clark S. Cox III, 22:10 Re: How to use lib function "getline", Default User, 21:59 List iterators default constructible?, Amit Bhatia, 21:56 Re: STL find algorithm, Markus Schoder, 21:52 Re: algorith implementation, Bo Persson, 21:49 Re: Random Numbers, Markus Schoder, 21:32 Re: STL find algorithm, red floyd, 21:29 Re: STL find algorithm, Markus Schoder, 21:24 Re: const callback, Volker Lukas, 21:22 Re: STL find algorithm, Markus Schoder, 21:18 Re: Random Numbers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 21:04 Re: = operator: vector, KS, 20:35 Re: Memory Leak, KS, 20:33 Re: algorith implementation, Jens Theisen, 20:29 Re: Vector of lists?, Eric Pruneau, 20:29 Re: Random Numbers, Frederick Gotham, 20:19 Re: Random Numbers, Kai-Uwe Bux, 20:12 Re: Random Numbers, Greg Comeau, 20:06 Re: Random Numbers, Jerry Coffin, 20:04 Re: Random Numbers, Greg Comeau, 20:01 Re: Random Numbers, Frederick Gotham, 20:00 Re: Random Numbers, Frederick Gotham, 19:49 Re: Memory Leak, Greg Comeau, 19:34 Re: How does "delete [] " work?, Greg Comeau, 19:27 Re: How does "delete [] " work?, Jerry Coffin, 19:25 Re: How does "delete [] " work?, Jerry Coffin, 19:22 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Francis Glassborow, 19:09 Re: Creating tree of objects w/o using pointers., Amit Bhatia, 18:38 Re: Vector of lists?, Amit Bhatia, 17:59 Re: algorith implementation, Fraser Ross, 16:56 Re: STL vector problems, Daniel T., 16:53 Re: algorith implementation, Kai-Uwe Bux, 16:45 Re: algorith implementation, Victor Bazarov, 16:39 Re: Problems with STL sorting using member functions, Victor Bazarov, 16:33 Re: Problems with STL sorting using member functions, Nelis Franken, 16:09 Re: algorith implementation, Jens Theisen, 16:07 Re: Memory Leak, Lars Uffmann, 16:01 Re: Problems with STL sorting using member functions, Jens Theisen, 15:58 Re: Memory Leak, Lars Uffmann, 15:52 Re: Vector of lists?, Eric Pruneau, 15:47 Re: algorith implementation, Victor Bazarov, 15:45 Re: Suggestion for practical book for threading?, Victor Bazarov, 15:41 Re: Random Numbers, Pete Becker, 15:29 Re: Random Numbers, Robbie Hatley, 15:13 Problems with STL sorting using member functions, Nelis Franken, 14:50 algorith implementation, Fraser Ross, 14:47 Re: Random Numbers, Pete Becker, 14:46 Re: Random Numbers, Pete Becker, 14:44 Re: STL vector problems, Kai-Uwe Bux, 14:16 Re: STL vector problems, Christian Chrismann, 13:11 Re: Memory Leak, Jens Theisen, 13:01 Re: Memory Leak, KS, 12:55 Re: Memory Leak, Bo Persson, 12:48 Re: STL find algorithm, Bo Persson, 12:29 Re: How to use lib function "getline", Jens Theisen, 12:14 Memory Leak, KS, 12:13 Re: STL find algorithm, Jens Theisen, 11:59 Re: Creating tree of objects w/o using pointers., Bo Persson, 11:55 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Greg, 11:09 Re: const callback, Kyku, 10:49 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Ian Collins, 10:41 Re: STL vector problems, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:20 Re: STL vector problems, Christian Chrismann, 09:53 STL find algorithm, Christian Chrismann, 09:51 Re: Random Numbers, Greg, 09:38 Re: Requeting Book suggestions/comments, Matt, 08:33 Re: How does "delete [] " work?, red floyd, 08:31 Re: Random Numbers, Robert J. Hansen, 08:23 Re: Random Numbers, David Harmon, 08:14 How does "delete [] " work?, mkaushik, 07:41 Re: Random Numbers, W Marsh, 07:07 Linked list/Tree using iterators?, Amit Bhatia, 06:55 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 06:29 Re: Random Numbers, Dirtydog, 06:06 Suggestion for practical book for threading?, Mark, 05:57 Re: Random Numbers, Victor Bazarov, 05:37 Random Numbers, Elfour, 05:17 Re: Creating tree of objects w/o using pointers., Amit Bhatia, 05:09 Creating tree of objects w/o using pointers., Amit Bhatia, 04:37 Re: Vector of lists?, Amit Bhatia, 03:30 Re: const callback, tolgaceylanus, 01:26 Re: const callback, Jens Theisen, 01:22 Re: This is not an Ad , I want to help, Default User, 01:14 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, Default User, 01:07 Re: This is not an Ad , I want to help, shahoo, 00:25 August 19, 2006 const callback, Kyku, 23:47 Re: a parent and child class, Daniel T., 23:44 IDE for Linux with good code completion, Let_Me_Be, 23:04 Re: STL vector problems, Thorsten Kiefer, 22:31 Re: a parent and child class, markww, 21:06 Re: a parent and child class, Greg Comeau, 20:10 Re: a parent and child class, Heinz Ozwirk, 19:31 a parent and child class, markww, 18:55 Re: STL vector problems, Christian Chrismann, 17:28 OT:Re: Download, Zip, and extract, Moonlit, 14:02 Re: How defined is this?, Jim Langston, 12:08 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, Jim Langston, 11:56 Re: string.fine(string+string..., Old Wolf, 09:08 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, faisalee, 08:14 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, faisalee, 08:06 Re: Someone help!, Phlip, 07:17 Re: Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Victor Bazarov, 07:16 Re: Need help compiling 64-bit C++ Code in VS2005..., Jack Klein, 07:04 Re: Someone help!, Jack Klein, 06:50 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, Phlip, 05:43 Re: Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Y2J, 05:38 Re: Help understand Templates, RoLo, 05:34 Re: Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Victor Bazarov, 05:18 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, Jerry Coffin, 05:16 Re: Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Y2J, 05:09 Re: modifying a container outside function, Gary Wessle, 05:08 Re: Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Victor Bazarov, 05:02 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, BigBrian, 04:56 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, BigBrian, 04:54 Re: Download, Zip, and extract, Phlip, 04:53 Download, Zip, and extract, John, 04:32 Linked List Confusion I need some expert help Please, Y2J, 04:20 Re: Vector of lists?, Jerry Coffin, 04:09 Re: Vector of lists?, Eric Pruneau, 03:55 Re: Vector of lists?, Eric Pruneau, 03:45 Re: Vector of lists?, Thomas Tutone, 03:43 Vector of lists?, Amit Bhatia, 03:37 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 03:13 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 03:06 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 01:34 Re: modifying a container outside function, Thomas Tutone, 00:54 modifying a container outside function, Gary Wessle, 00:28 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Greg Comeau, 00:16 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Greg Comeau, 00:00 August 18, 2006 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 22:53 Re: Need help compiling 64-bit C++ Code in VS2005..., Victor Bazarov, 22:27 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Default User, 22:23 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Clark S. Cox III, 22:23 Need help compiling 64-bit C++ Code in VS2005..., john . placais, 22:06 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., Alan Johnson, 22:05 Re: memcpy() versus hand-coded copy, Clark S. Cox III, 22:05 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., Alan Johnson, 22:04 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Howard, 21:27 Re: = operator: vector, Howard, 21:03 Re: typedef question, Frederick Gotham, 21:01 Re: typedef question, John, 20:54 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Howard, 20:30 Re: Newbie C++ question, osmium, 20:27 Re: STL vector problems, Volker Lukas, 20:27 Re: Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., Lars Uffmann, 20:17 Re: Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., Howard, 20:10 Re: = operator: vector, Jerry Coffin, 20:08 Re: = operator: vector, Jerry Coffin, 20:08 Re: Someone help!, Gavin Deane, 20:07 Re: Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., lars . uffmann, 19:58 Re: typedef question, Frederick Gotham, 19:53 Re: STL vector problems, Howard, 19:41 Re: Someone help!, Andy Terrel, 19:40 STL vector problems, Christian Chrismann, 19:39 Re: Someone help!, Alan Johnson, 19:37 Re: Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., Howard, 19:31 Re: Someone help!, Mike Wahler, 19:29 Re: typedef question, Alan Johnson, 19:23 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Pete Becker, 19:22 Re: Someone help!, Andy Terrel, 19:18 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 19:16 Re: typedef question, Howard, 19:14 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 19:11 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 19:10 Re: Newbie C++ question, Howard, 19:08 Re: memcpy() versus hand-coded copy (was: Re: Canonical way to copy an array), Frederick Gotham, 19:07 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Jerry Coffin, 19:07 Re: Initialized arrays using new, tolgaceylanus, 19:02 [OT] Re: Newbie C++ question, Howard, 19:02 Re: = operator: vector, KS, 19:00 Re: = operator: vector, Philip Potter, 18:58 typedef question, John, 18:56 Problem linking netcdf - Undefined References..., lars . uffmann, 18:54 Re: Performance File Parsing, Jerry Coffin, 18:27 Re: = operator: vector, Jerry Coffin, 18:27 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Jerry Coffin, 18:27 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, BigBrian, 18:25 Re: Someone help!, csshine, 18:16 Re: Help with destruction of an object created with the new operator - destructors, Howard, 18:14 Re: Initialized arrays using new, W Marsh, 18:13 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Phlip, 18:08 Re: Someone help!, Phlip, 18:04 Re: Someone help!, Thomas Tutone, 17:39 Re: What value, shadowman615, 17:36 Someone help!, csshine, 17:31 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Philip Potter, 17:12 memcpy() versus hand-coded copy (was: Re: Canonical way to copy an array), Philip Potter, 17:01 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Pete Becker, 16:48 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, john_andronicus, 16:47 Re: = operator: vector, Heinz Ozwirk, 16:46 Re: Class / Member Class relationship?, Greg Comeau, 16:45 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 16:32 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., for . fun, 16:27 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Greg Comeau, 16:25 Class / Member Class relationship?, faisalee, 16:22 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Greg Comeau, 16:21 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., mlimber, 16:19 Re: Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., Victor Bazarov, 16:19 Re: Newbie C++ question, Frederick Gotham, 16:15 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 16:12 Problem with in-line "typedef" and class cross-reference. Need help., for . fun, 16:10 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 16:10 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Frederick Gotham, 16:10 Re: How defined is this?, Greg Comeau, 15:59 Re: Using Multiple CPP files, Greg Comeau, 15:57 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Clark S . Cox III, 15:50 Re: Help understand Templates, Greg Comeau, 15:39 Re: Initialized arrays using new, John, 15:34 Re: Urgent Need, mlimber, 15:31 Re: Copy Constructor Qtn, Rolf Magnus, 15:26 Re: Requeting Book suggestions/comments, mlimber, 15:26 Re: Copy Constructor Qtn, Thomas J. Gritzan, 15:24 Re: string.fine(string+string..., Philip Potter, 15:24 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Greg Comeau, 15:23 Re: Copy Constructor Qtn, Bo Persson, 15:22 Requeting Book suggestions/comments, dice, 15:18 Re: Using Multiple CPP files, Greg Comeau, 15:17 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Gavin Deane, 15:16 Urgent Need, Jawad Rehman, 15:15 Re: [OT] Re: Initialized arrays using new, Philip Potter, 15:15 Copy Constructor Qtn, sarathy, 14:59 Re: What value, red floyd, 14:56 Re: What value, Rolf Magnus, 14:49 Re: What value, Thomas J. Gritzan, 14:49 What value, Jimbo1873, 14:44 Re: Newbie C++ question, Joel Haugen, 14:42 Re: [OT] Re: Initialized arrays using new, Victor Bazarov, 14:42 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 14:41 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 14:35 Re: Exceptions across shared libraries (gcc 3.3.3), mlimber, 14:29 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Thomas J. Gritzan, 14:20 Re: Newbie C++ question, bpuzon, 13:56 Re: Initialized arrays using new, John, 13:53 [OT] Re: Initialized arrays using new, Philip Potter, 13:46 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Thomas J. Gritzan, 13:37 Re: = operator: vector, Philip Potter, 13:35 Re: Can't work with volatile objects?, Michiel . Salters, 13:32 Re: Newbie C++ question, Frederick Gotham, 13:32 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Philip Potter, 13:29 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Thomas J. Gritzan, 13:28 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Frederick Gotham, 13:27 Re: = operator: vector, peter koch, 13:22 Re: How defined is this?, Frederick Gotham, 13:21 = operator: vector, KS, 13:15 Can't work with volatile objects?, Frederick Gotham, 13:13 Re: Canonical way to copy an array, Pete Becker, 13:12 Re: transform on valarray, Stefan Naewe, 13:12 Re: transform on valarray, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 13:08 Re: Initialized arrays using new, Pete Becker, 13:07 Canonical way to copy an array, Frederick Gotham, 13:01 Performance File Parsing, Thomas Kowalski, 12:57 Re: transform on valarray, [email protected], 12:57 transform on valarray, Gary Wessle, 12:40 Re: string.fine(string+string..., Thomas J. Gritzan, 12:33 Re: Newbie C++ question, Philip Potter, 12:30 Re: Newbie C++ question, Jon Clements, 12:26 Re: Newbie C++ question, Philip Potter, 12:14 Re: Newbie C++ question, [email protected], 12:07 Re: Newbie C++ question, Kai-Uwe Bux, 12:02 Re: Arguments that are not used, bg_ie, 11:55 Newbie C++ question, Alex, 11:39 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Thomas J. 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Hansen, 21:44 Re: A a2 = a1; no call to operator =?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 21:40 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 21:39 Re: Learning to program, osmium, 21:38 Re: Help with destruction of an object created with the new operator - destructors, Howard, 21:12 Re: Help with destruction of an object created with the new operator - destructors, Howard, 21:11 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 20:57 Re: Learning to program, Victor Bazarov, 20:35 Re: A a2 = a1; no call to operator =?, sonison . james, 20:29 Re: A a2 = a1; no call to operator =?, Noah Roberts, 20:26 Re: A a2 = a1; no call to operator =?, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 20:26 A a2 = a1; no call to operator =?, moleskyca1, 20:14 Re: Learning to program, noone, 20:05 Re: Cannot convert 'const void *' to 'const char *' in C++, Frederick Gotham, 19:49 Re: Arguments that are not used, Frederick Gotham, 19:47 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Gavin Deane, 19:43 Re: ABOUT ADDITIONAL, Frederick Gotham, 19:40 Re: STL vector, Gavin Deane, 19:37 Re: Arguments that are not used, Gavin Deane, 19:30 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 19:20 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 19:18 Re: Arguments that are not used, Marcus Kwok, 19:12 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Marcus Kwok, 19:11 Re: Getting linking error: not found in vtable (Trying to understand whats wrong the way I did my classes?), Victor Bazarov, 19:10 Re: Arguments that are not used, Howard, 19:08 Re: Arguments that are not used, Howard, 19:07 Re: Arguments that are not used, Thomas Tutone, 19:06 Re: STL vector, Kai-Uwe Bux, 19:06 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Gavin Deane, 19:04 Arguments that are not used, bg_ie, 19:00 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Gavin Deane, 18:59 Getting linking error: not found in vtable (Trying to understand whats wrong the way I did my classes?), g35rider, 18:53 Re: STL vector, Gavin Deane, 18:48 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 18:48 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 18:47 Re: template re-initialization question, Victor Bazarov, 18:45 Re: Learning to program, osmium, 18:39 Re: template re-initialization question, zl2k, 18:38 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Gavin Deane, 18:37 Re: STL vector, Daniel T., 18:36 Re: Plz solve my problem, Daniel T., 18:33 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 18:25 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:25 Re: template re-initialization question, Victor Bazarov, 18:24 Re: STL vector, Daniel T., 18:20 Re: ABOUT ADDITIONAL, sonison . james, 18:01 Re: does STL has a binder or an adaptor for type-casting?, Pete Becker, 17:59 Re: STL vector, Thomas Tutone, 17:42 Re: STL vector, Philip Potter, 17:42 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 17:38 Re: STL vector, Rolf Magnus, 17:34 template re-initialization question, zl2k, 17:29 Re: Cannot convert 'const void *' to 'const char *' in C++, Heinz Ozwirk, 17:23 Re: does STL has a binder or an adaptor for type-casting?, Daniel T., 17:21 Re: STL vector, Thomas Tutone, 17:20 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Noah Roberts, 17:19 Re: Learning to program, Robert J. Hansen, 17:16 OT: C parameter semantics was Re: const reference vs. value, Noah Roberts, 17:15 Re: STL vector, Daniel T., 17:13 Re: Plz solve my problem, Puppet_Sock, 17:07 Re: Plz solve my problem, Howard, 16:56 Plz solve my problem, nik, 16:55 Plz solve my problem, nik, 16:51 Re: does STL has a binder or an adaptor for type-casting?, Victor Bazarov, 16:28 does STL has a binder or an adaptor for type-casting?, Diego Martins, 16:25 Re: how to put template class into container, Thomas Tutone, 16:05 Re: const reference vs. value, Ron Natalie, 15:56 Re: STL list/map - rest size, Thomas Kowalski, 15:48 Re: difference between templates and macros, Phlip, 15:31 Re: Cannot convert 'const void *' to 'const char *' in C++, Victor Bazarov, 15:30 Re: STL list/map - rest size, Victor Bazarov, 15:27 Re: difference between templates and macros, Greg Comeau, 15:20 Cannot convert 'const void *' to 'const char *' in C++, bg_ie, 15:13 Re: Learning to program, Greg Comeau, 15:12 STL list/map - rest size, Thomas Kowalski, 15:12 Re: ABOUT ADDITIONAL, Victor Bazarov, 15:10 Re: Learning to program, Greg Comeau, 15:09 Re: linking c files with a c++ program, bg_ie, 15:08 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Greg Comeau, 15:03 Re: difference between templates and macros, San, 14:54 Re: const reference vs. value, Greg Comeau, 14:52 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Greg Comeau, 14:47 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Greg Comeau, 14:44 Re: syntax of copy constructor, Greg Comeau, 14:30 Re: syntax of copy constructor, Greg Comeau, 14:24 Re: linking c files with a c++ program, Greg Comeau, 14:21 Re: template inheritance, zl2k, 14:09 Re: syntax of copy constructor, Stefan Näwe, 13:59 Re: syntax of copy constructor, Victor Bazarov, 13:53 Re: syntax of copy constructor, Rolf Magnus, 13:52 Re: linking c files with a c++ program, Victor Bazarov, 13:52 Re: STL vector, Clark S . Cox III, 13:51 syntax of copy constructor, subrat, 13:46 linking c files with a c++ program, bg_ie, 13:44 Re: STL vector, Paul, 13:11 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, silversurfer2025, 13:03 Re: STL vector, Christian Christmann, 12:49 Re: const reference vs. value, Philip Potter, 12:37 STL vector, Christian Christmann, 12:37 Re: Learning to program, Robert J. Hansen, 12:20 Re: Learning to program, Rolf Magnus, 12:10 Re: Help with destruction of an object created with the new operator - destructors, peter koch, 11:53 Re: const reference vs. value, Michael Safyan, 11:45 Re: template inheritance, Michiel . Salters, 11:36 Re: how to put template class into container, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:30 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, Thomas J. Gritzan, 11:22 Help with destruction of an object created with the new operator - destructors, Pablo, 11:05 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, silversurfer2025, 10:33 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, Thomas J. Gritzan, 10:17 Re: template inheritance, Thomas J. Gritzan, 09:55 Re: Learning to program, Stefan Rickfjord, 09:49 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, silversurfer2025, 09:46 Re: how to put template class into container, Stefan NÃwe, 09:39 Learning to program, master_programmer, 09:34 Re: how to put template class into container, Ian Collins, 09:09 Re: how to put template class into container, Rickfjord, 09:03 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Pep, 08:38 Re: reference undefinded, Michael Sgier, 08:07 how to put template class into container, æé, 07:41 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, kwikius, 07:32 Re: map and for_each problem, [email protected], 07:27 Re: templates and local types, Christof Warlich, 07:08 Re: goto last 'active' tab, techCrazy, 06:56 goto last 'active' tab, techCrazy, 06:51 Re: template inheritance, Frederick Gotham, 06:05 template inheritance, zl2k, 06:01 Re: const reference vs. value, Frederick Gotham, 05:33 const reference vs. value, Michael Safyan, 04:48 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 04:42 Re: initialize a const in class, Michael Safyan, 04:37 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Ian Collins, 04:08 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Biel, 03:55 Re: std::vector - allocation size at declaration?, Eric Pruneau, 03:53 Re: inverting a string, Gary Wessle, 03:06 Re: c++ programming, Phlip, 02:28 Re: c++ programming, red floyd, 02:22 Re: c++ programming, red floyd, 02:18 Re: JAVA/ C++ --CONTRACT-- IN, red floyd, 02:05 inverting a string, Gary Wessle, 01:53 Re: Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Greg Comeau, 01:26 Re: difference between templates and macros, Greg Comeau, 01:20 Re: c++ programming, Phlip, 01:01 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Greg Comeau, 00:40 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Greg Comeau, 00:37 Re: ambiguity: same class declared twice, Howard, 00:28 Re: ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, [email protected], 00:13 ambiguity: same class declared twice, silversurfer2025, 00:12 Re: string.fine(string+string..., Gary Wessle, 00:11 Re: ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, Howard, 00:01 August 16, 2006 Re: C++/ CONTRACT/ IN, noone, 23:56 Re: cancelling shut down from a console application, Howard, 23:55 Re: ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, [email protected], 23:55 Re: What's wrong?, Victor Bazarov, 23:53 Re: strange template problem., Victor Bazarov, 23:52 Re: ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, Marcus Kwok, 23:21 Re: ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, Howard, 23:19 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Alan Johnson, 23:14 Re: Another C++ compile issue, Marcus Kwok, 22:59 Re: difference between templates and macros, Marcus Kwok, 22:56 ahww my make file, redefinition despite #ifndef, [email protected], 22:40 Re: JAVA/ C++ --CONTRACT-- IN, Clark S . Cox III, 22:37 string.fine(string+string..., Gary Wessle, 22:29 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 22:28 Re: Another C++ compile issue, Ian Collins, 22:06 Re: using sprintf() with 0's, markww, 22:02 Classification Criteria about skill of Programmers C++, Biel, 22:01 Re: Fast Erase on Map, moleskyca1, 22:00 Re: using sprintf() with 0's, [email protected], 21:58 Re: using sprintf() with 0's, billy, 21:58 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Frederick Gotham, 21:49 boost from_time_t function has no counterpart, McGragger, 21:46 using sprintf() with 0's, markww, 21:43 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Squeamizh, 21:31 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Default User, 21:23 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 20:53 Re: struct with constructor: Compiler Warning., silversurfer2025, 20:52 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Phlip, 20:42 Re: help for writing my own assert(), aj, 20:40 Re: Curious Error I Cannot Figure Out (templates), mlimber, 20:35 Re: Designing an API in C++, Kirit Sælensminde, 20:33 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Thomas Tutone, 20:14 Re: What's wrong?, Howard, 20:05 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Phlip, 20:04 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Phlip, 20:00 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Howard, 19:44 Re: struct with constructor: Compiler Warning., Howard, 19:41 Re: struct with constructor: Compiler Warning., tolgaceylanus, 19:33 Re: What's wrong?, Default User, 19:30 Re: struct with constructor: Compiler Warning., Howard, 19:30 Curious Error I Cannot Figure Out (templates), mieskola, 19:28 Re: help for writing my own assert(), Frederick Gotham, 19:15 Re: /NODEFAULTLIB warning in Visual C++ 6.0, ruffiano, 19:11 Re: Fast Erase on Map, moleskyca1, 19:11 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 19:08 Re: Large Buffer Memory Management, Robbie Hatley, 19:06 struct with constructor: Compiler Warning., silversurfer2025, 19:05 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Howard, 19:01 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 18:52 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 18:48 help for writing my own assert(), priyanka, 18:47 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 18:47 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 18:45 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 18:43 Re: What's wrong?, Frederick Gotham, 18:41 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 18:29 Code execution Tracing, Sabiyur, 18:23 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Howard, 18:22 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Thomas Tutone, 18:19 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Thomas Tutone, 18:15 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Philip Potter, 18:12 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Kai-Uwe Bux, 18:09 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Bronek Kozicki, 18:09 Re: strange template problem., Thomas Tutone, 18:06 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, peter koch, 18:00 Re: strange template problem., John Carson, 17:47 Re: /NODEFAULTLIB warning in Visual C++ 6.0, Eric Pruneau, 17:44 /NODEFAULTLIB warning in Visual C++ 6.0, ruffiano, 17:40 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 17:37 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 17:34 Re: Efficient data structures, Marcus Kwok, 17:34 Re: Fast Erase on Map, peter koch, 17:30 Re: strange template problem., Victor Bazarov, 17:10 Re: Explicit instantiation/specialization confusion, Victor Bazarov, 17:09 Re: strange template problem., John Carson, 17:01 Re: question about using template class, Frederick Gotham, 16:58 Re: JAVA/ C++ --CONTRACT-- IN, Puppet_Sock, 16:55 Re: difference between templates and macros, Frederick Gotham, 16:53 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Jerry Coffin, 16:51 Re: Explicit instantiation/specialization confusion, Dilip, 16:50 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Jerry Coffin, 16:48 Re: Designing an API in C++, Phlip, 16:45 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Victor Bazarov, 16:29 Re: Fast Erase on Map, Bernd Strieder, 16:25 Re: Fast Erase on Map, peter koch, 16:18 Fast Erase on Map, moleskyca1, 16:02 Re: Designing an API in C++, Sruli, 15:49 Re: Designing an API in C++, Sruli, 15:45 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., Diego Martins, 15:28 Re: strange template problem., Victor Bazarov, 15:12 Re: strange template problem., John Carson, 14:42 Re: Question about copy constructors / distructors, mlimber, 14:42 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Pep, 14:36 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Pep, 14:34 Re: Question about copy constructors / distructors, Victor Bazarov, 14:33 Re: Question about copy constructors / distructors, Rolf Magnus, 14:31 Re: Efficient data structures, mlimber, 14:31 Anti-crack and anti-piracy application protection and licensing solution using code morphing., hanzprof, 14:30 Re: reference, Victor Bazarov, 14:23 Re: cyclic defination problem., Victor Bazarov, 14:21 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 14:18 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Michiel . Salters, 14:13 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Ron Natalie, 14:11 Question about copy constructors / distructors, ennio, 14:09 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Ron Natalie, 14:09 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Michiel . Salters, 14:08 Re: templates and local types, Ron Natalie, 14:05 Re: strange template problem., Ron Natalie, 14:04 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Pep, 13:36 Re: Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, peter koch, 13:31 Re: Another C++ compile issue, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 13:31 Alias for a std::vector that does not take space, Peter Olcott, 13:18 Re: How can I determine the size of the heap, Ian Collins, 12:58 Re: Another C++ compile issue, Ian Collins, 12:55 Re: Another C++ compile issue, Mark, 12:30 How can I determine the size of the heap, Pep, 12:07 Re: reference undefinded, Thomas J. 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std::vector, Peter Olcott, 06:23 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Jim Langston, 06:18 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 06:11 Re: What's wrong?, Jack Klein, 06:08 Re: What's wrong?, David Harmon, 06:06 Re: Alias for a std::vector, Victor Bazarov, 06:05 Re: What's wrong?, Victor Bazarov, 06:03 Re: File stream close followed by open leads to inconsistent behavior, David Harmon, 06:01 Alias for a std::vector, Peter Olcott, 05:58 What's wrong?, Michael, 05:04 Re: File stream close followed by open leads to inconsistent behavior, Marcus Kwok, 03:55 Re: catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, Frank Puck, 03:45 Re: File stream close followed by open leads to inconsistent behavior, Victor Bazarov, 03:24 Re: File stream close followed by open leads to inconsistent behavior, masood . iqbal, 03:06 Re: Efficient data structures, Jerry Coffin, 02:44 Re: Address of a string, Markus Schoder, 02:33 Re: Address of a string, Frederick Gotham, 01:38 Re: Address of a string, 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Bazarov, 20:29 Re: Address of a string, Phlip, 20:23 Re: Efficient data structures, mlimber, 20:20 Address of a string, ruffiano, 20:17 Re: Explicit instantiation/specialization confusion, Victor Bazarov, 19:59 Re: slow down the exe(15/08/06), Howard, 19:55 Re: Efficient data structures, Howard, 19:54 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., mlimber, 19:42 Explicit instantiation/specialization confusion, Dilip, 19:36 Re: stl map, lower_bound and upper_bound, Diego Martins, 19:08 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, silversurfer2025, 19:02 Re: Efficient data structures, tolgaceylanus, 19:01 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., Diego Martins, 19:00 Re: What operators cannot be virtual?, Diego Martins, 18:59 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, Victor Bazarov, 18:50 slow down the exe(15/08/06), PARIJAT, 18:50 Re: slow down the exe, Gavin Deane, 18:50 slow down the exe, parijat_3000, 18:43 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, silversurfer2025, 18:38 Re: Efficient data structures, Jerry Coffin, 18:36 Re: catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, Noah Roberts, 18:32 programming wiki needs you, da404lewzer, 18:26 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, Howard, 18:18 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, Victor Bazarov, 18:10 Re: catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, mlimber, 17:57 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, silversurfer2025, 17:49 Re: Efficient data structures, mlimber, 17:37 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Noah Roberts, 17:29 Re: Efficient data structures, Victor Bazarov, 17:29 Re: Help with undefined references, Victor Bazarov, 17:26 Re: Efficient data structures, Christian Christmann, 17:18 Re: Help with undefined references, sieg1974, 17:16 Re: catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, g35rider, 17:10 Re: HELP, Howard, 16:51 Re: making a generic function wrapper, mlimber, 16:48 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Bo Persson, 16:31 Re: Efficient data structures, mlimber, 16:24 Re: making a generic function wrapper, markww, 16:21 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Jerry Coffin, 16:08 Efficient data structures, Christian Christmann, 15:56 Re: how to switch off an echo from cin?, osmium, 15:48 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Jerry Coffin, 15:46 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 15:44 Re: NRIEvents - Independence Day Contest :, RKS, 15:37 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 15:34 Re: making a generic function wrapper, mlimber, 14:51 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, KS, 14:47 Re: Sequence of same rank constructor call, francesco . orsenigo, 14:45 Re: Sequence of same rank constructor call, mlimber, 14:37 Sequence of same rank constructor call, francesco . orsenigo, 14:33 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 14:24 Re: Help with C++ compile error, Mark, 13:59 Re: map and for_each problem, [email protected], 13:43 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, silversurfer2025, 13:34 Re: Abstract-Class Problem, Pierre 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off an echo from cin?, andwing, 10:22 Re: how to switch off an echo from cin?, andwing, 09:52 Re: how to switch off an echo from cin?, Ian Collins, 09:37 how to switch off an echo from cin?, andwing, 09:30 Re: cancelling shut down from a console application, erdem, 08:38 Re: Help with undefined references, [email protected], 08:32 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Chris, 08:20 Re: catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, Ian Collins, 08:17 Re: HELP, Ian Collins, 08:14 catching unexpected segmentation fault and performing cleanup, g35rider, 08:05 Re: cacelling shut down from a console application, erdem, 08:04 HELP, Hardy &&&, 07:59 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Jerry Coffin, 07:48 Re: Help with undefined references, Greg, 07:33 Help with undefined references, sieg1974, 07:15 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Jerry Coffin, 06:41 Re: Read the size of each vector in a map of vectors, Daniel T., 05:35 Re: static members and variables, Jim Langston, 05:32 making a generic function wrapper, markww, 05:08 Re: What operators cannot be virtual?, Jim Langston, 05:00 Re: slow down the exe, Jim Langston, 04:15 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Mark P, 03:51 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 03:40 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 03:35 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Dilip, 03:11 Re: Read the size of each vector in a map of vectors, costantinos, 03:09 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 02:48 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 02:40 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 02:37 Re: interrupt service routine using VC++ 2005, Phlip, 02:26 Re: Read the size of each vector in a map of vectors, Mark P, 02:21 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Mark P, 02:11 Read the size of each vector in a map of vectors, costantinos, 02:01 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 02:00 Re: std::bad_alloc, Gary Wessle, 01:53 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Jerry Coffin, 01:09 Re: stl map, lower_bound and upper_bound, Jerry Coffin, 00:39 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Mark P, 00:37 Re: List or list access ?, Mark P, 00:23 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Jerry Coffin, 00:17 Re: stl map, lower_bound and upper_bound, Mark P, 00:10 Re: Const iterator, private struct., Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 00:06 August 14, 2006 Re: return of a function, noone, 23:57 Re: wrapper class for STL lists, peter koch, 23:54 Re: wrapper class for STL lists, Victor Bazarov, 23:48 Re: std::bad_alloc, Alan Johnson, 23:48 wrapper class for STL lists, Christian Chrismann, 23:45 Re: std::bad_alloc, [email protected], 23:44 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, LR, 23:42 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Victor Bazarov, 23:41 std::bad_alloc, Gary Wessle, 23:32 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 23:30 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Jerry Coffin, 23:30 Const iterator, private struct., swhite, 23:28 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Marcus Kwok, 23:25 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Howard, 23:22 Re: slow down the exe, allan_w, 23:21 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Daniel T., 23:04 Re: slow down the exe, mlimber, 23:03 slow down the exe, parijat_3000, 22:56 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Daniel T., 22:44 Re: Question about text -- Effective c++, Marcus Kwok, 22:42 Re: interrupt service routine using VC++ 2005, mysli, 22:41 Re: What is the "philosophical" meaning of const?, Marcus Kwok, 22:27 Re: interrupt service routine using VC++ 2005, Phlip, 22:08 Re: interrupt service routine using VC++ 2005, mlimber, 22:07 interrupt service routine using VC++ 2005, mysli, 22:02 stl map, lower_bound and upper_bound, Diego Martins, 22:02 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., mlimber, 21:56 Re: Designing an API in C++, Marcus Kwok, 21:55 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 21:51 List or list access ?, Birthe Gebhardt, 21:33 Re: Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, Victor Bazarov, 21:16 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., Diego Martins, 20:55 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, mlimber, 20:42 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Diego Martins, 20:39 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, Jerry Coffin, 20:29 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Jerry Coffin, 20:19 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, Jerry Coffin, 20:19 Re: Bitwise OR on large memory regions, Default User, 20:12 Re: Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, vidya . bhagwath, 20:07 Re: operator<<() in namespace or global?, ryan_melville, 19:57 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, kwikius, 19:53 Re: To generate a random numbers, Kevin Handy, 19:52 Re: {} initializer as expression, Clark S . Cox III, 19:15 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 19:01 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 18:58 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:51 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, KS, 18:47 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, kwikius, 18:41 Re: qsort - Segmentation Fault, Victor Bazarov, 18:34 Re: reading from multiple files 1kb at a time to a byte array, Default User, 18:34 Re: Inner classes and friend, Default User, 18:30 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Noah Roberts, 18:27 qsort - Segmentation Fault, KS, 18:25 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, Frederick Gotham, 18:20 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 18:17 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 18:13 Re: What operators cannot be virtual?, tolgaceylanus, 17:46 Re: what is the name of operator ->, Default User, 17:46 Re: francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, JH Trauntvein, 17:36 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 17:35 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 17:19 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Kaz Kylheku, 17:17 francis glassborow is a miserable old coot, jpbisguier, 17:05 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Noah Roberts, 16:57 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Belebele, 16:49 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Victor Bazarov, 16:47 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Victor Bazarov, 16:44 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 16:39 Re: Using an object's member function as the action passed to for_each, Thomas J. 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Gritzan, 21:51 Re: Container to pointers of inherited objects, David Harmon, 21:49 Re: switch statement with the string being tested, axel22, 21:47 Container to pointers of inherited objects, axel22, 21:41 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Kaz Kylheku, 21:31 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 21:29 switch statement with the string being tested, priyanka, 21:27 Re: what is the name of operator ->, Frederick Gotham, 21:27 Re: basic string question, Frederick Gotham, 21:26 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Frederick Gotham, 21:22 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 21:22 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Daniel T., 21:05 what is the name of operator ->, moleskyca1, 20:21 basic string question, pauldepstein, 20:14 Game engine source code available online, ziggyware, 19:53 Re: Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, Alf P. Steinbach, 19:51 Re: design approach, David, 19:45 Base {}; sizeof(Base) == 1?, moleskyca1, 19:39 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Daniel T., 19:12 Advanced C++ Tutorials, ziggyware, 19:07 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 19:02 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, osmium, 18:57 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 18:54 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:54 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Frederick Gotham, 18:52 Re: Static Binding Problem:, JoeC, 18:49 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, osmium, 18:48 Re: Static Binding Problem:, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:45 Re: calculating the area of a circle problems, Kaz Kylheku, 18:43 calculating the area of a circle problems, jdcrief, 18:25 Re: Pointing to a class, pauldepstein, 18:21 Static Binding Problem:, JoeC, 17:50 Re: design approach, Victor Bazarov, 17:46 Re: virtual constructor ideom with templates, Victor Bazarov, 17:44 Re: design approach, Daniel T., 17:36 Re: Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, Victor Bazarov, 17:31 Re: Pointing to a class, red floyd, 17:00 Re: Designing an API in C++, Kirit Sælensminde, 15:50 Re: Readin integers form *.txt file, mlimber, 15:11 Re: Per-type compile time constants?, John Carson, 14:33 Re: Pointing to a class, pauldepstein, 13:49 Re: Per-type compile time constants?, peter koch, 13:27 Re: Pointing to a class, Rolf Magnus, 13:24 design approach, Gary Wessle, 12:47 Re: Per-type compile time constants?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 12:47 Pointing to a class, pauldepstein, 12:46 Readin integers form *.txt file, boriss111, 12:41 Re: Automatic registration of class specialisations, edd, 12:30 Re: Automatic registration of class specialisations, edd, 12:25 Per-type compile time constants?, mario, 11:57 Re: Designing an API in C++, Sruli, 11:08 Re: Designing an API in C++, Sruli, 10:59 Re: plz correct this program, Thomas J. Gritzan, 09:50 Re: How to use vector::reference?, John Carson, 09:46 Re: segmentation fault, Jim Langston, 09:17 plz correct this program, nisha, 09:03 plz correct this program, nisha, 08:58 Re: My compiler wrong?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 07:15 Re: segmentation fault, Ian Collins, 06:53 Re: Colecting data from web pages using C++, Ian Collins, 06:51 segmentation fault, Chris, 06:42 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 06:29 Colecting data from web pages using C++, diasrob, 05:18 Re: Automatic registration of class specialisations, Greg, 04:41 Re: My compiler wrong?, Michael, 04:23 Re: Automatic registration of class specialisations, edd, 02:54 Re: The new operator, Jerry Coffin, 02:19 Re: Automatic registration of class specialisations, mlimber, 01:44 Re: To generate a random numbers, Cristiano, 01:42 Re: Mapping Class/Structure to use with DB, Kai-Uwe Bux, 01:35 Re: My compiler wrong?, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:29 Re: My compiler wrong?, Michael, 01:26 Re: My compiler wrong?, mathieu, 01:22 Re: My compiler wrong?, Ian Collins, 01:16 Re: To generate a random numbers, Robert J. Hansen, 01:07 Re: My compiler wrong?, Michael, 01:03 Re: Mapping Class/Structure to use with DB, Jim Langston, 00:54 Re: My compiler wrong?, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 00:50 Re: Mapping Class/Structure to use with DB, Kai-Uwe Bux, 00:41 Re: Loading number from a file, JoeC, 00:37 Re: My compiler wrong?, Michael, 00:23 Mapping Class/Structure to use with DB, Jim Langston, 00:21 Re: Question about text -- Effective c++, Frederick Gotham, 00:15 Re: To generate a random numbers, Jim Langston, 00:04 August 12, 2006 Re: Using CommonC++ library to build socket-based client-server apps, Jim Langston, 23:59 Re: Explicitely specifying the size of a std::vector, Kai-Uwe Bux, 23:47 Automatic registration of class specialisations, edd, 23:32 Re: My compiler wrong?, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 22:59 Re: My compiler wrong?, Daniel T., 22:52 Re: My compiler wrong?, Alex Buell, 22:46 Re: My compiler wrong?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 22:41 Re: My compiler wrong?, Default User, 22:40 My compiler wrong?, Michael, 22:26 Loading number from a file, JoeC, 22:06 Re: Explicitely specifying the size of a std::vector, mathieu, 22:03 Re: Explicitely specifying the size of a std::vector, Jonathan Mcdougall, 21:58 Re: Explicitely specifying the size of a std::vector, Daniel T., 21:54 Explicitely specifying the size of a std::vector, mathieu, 21:47 Re: array and vector, Salt_Peter, 20:45 Re: Question about text -- Effective c++, Alf P. Steinbach, 20:38 Re: Question about text -- Effective c++, Christof Warlich, 20:31 Re: Question about text -- Effective c++, Alf P. Steinbach, 20:19 Question about text -- Effective c++, pauldepstein, 20:12 Re: Inside a constructor: can you assign the "this" pointer to a sub-object?, craig, 20:11 Re: Inside a constructor: can you assign the "this" pointer to a sub-object?, craig, 20:07 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Chris Dams, 19:22 virtual constructor ideom with templates, Christof Warlich, 19:10 Re: array and vector, Michael, 18:46 Re: Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, vidya . bhagwath, 18:31 Re: How to initialise aggregate member?, John Carson, 18:18 Re: Specialisation of member functions possible?, esuvs81, 17:52 Re: reference, Victor Bazarov, 17:39 Re: Specialisation of member functions possible?, Victor Bazarov, 17:37 Re: array and vector, Alf P. Steinbach, 17:23 Re: array and vector, Michael, 17:09 Re: array and vector, Michael, 17:01 Re: What is the "philosophical" meaning of const?, Frederick Gotham, 16:56 Re: array and vector, Alf P. Steinbach, 16:56 Re: How to initialise aggregate member?, Frederick Gotham, 16:44 reference, Michael, 16:44 Re: array and vector, Michael, 16:43 Specialisation of member functions possible?, esuvs81, 16:27 Re: strtol const-ness problem, dstevel, 16:19 Re: array and vector, Alf P. Steinbach, 16:14 array and vector, Michael, 16:07 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Michael, 15:47 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Ron Natalie, 15:12 Re: How to use vector::reference?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 15:09 Re: How to use vector::reference?, mlimber, 15:07 Re: Using CommonC++ library to build socket-based client-server apps, mlimber, 15:03 How to use vector::reference?, Chris Dams, 14:55 Re: What is the "philosophical" meaning of const?, jpalecek, 13:47 Re: strtol const-ness problem, [email protected], 13:40 Re: strtol const-ness problem, Heinz Ozwirk, 13:39 Using CommonC++ library to build socket-based client-server apps, Dmitri Sologoubenko, 13:11 Re: Const iterators, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 13:06 Re: Const iterators, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 13:05 Const iterators, Christian Chrismann, 12:45 Online Expert Help, Technologist, 12:22 Re: How to initialise aggregate member?, John Carson, 12:01 Re: Inside a constructor: can you assign the "this" pointer to a sub-object?, Roland Pibinger, 11:44 Re: To generate a random numbers, John Carson, 10:44 strtol const-ness problem, dstevel, 10:33 To generate a random numbers, Anamika, 10:05 Re: Inside a constructor: can you assign the "this" pointer to a sub-object?, Heinz Ozwirk, 09:30 Inside a constructor: can you assign the "this" pointer to a sub-object?, craig, 08:18 Re: Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, Ian Collins, 07:39 Re: Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 07:14 Re: Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, k04jg02, 06:55 Re: Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, mlimber, 06:50 Re: Student is Desperate, Thomas Matthews, 05:59 Re: Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, Victor Bazarov, 03:25 Re: Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, Victor Bazarov, 03:06 Is this the easiest way to backup objects?, k04jg02, 02:51 Re: Student is Desperate, Noah Roberts, 01:57 Re: Construction of Object c++, Ian Collins, 01:53 Re: Construction of Object c++, rishi . shah, 01:46 Re: Construction of Object c++, Ian Collins, 01:42 Re: Construction of Object c++, Alan Johnson, 01:40 Re: Named variable in a list?, Tom Plunket, 01:39 Re: Construction of Object c++, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:38 Construction of Object c++, rishi . shah, 01:30 Re: Named variable in a list?, Tom Plunket, 01:23 Re: Student is Desperate, Howard, 01:12 Re: Student is Desperate, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:05 Re: Student is Desperate, Phlip, 01:03 Student is Desperate, beachlounger, 00:59 Re: initialization of a static member array of objects, Frederick Gotham, 00:40 Re: How do i declare a byte variable?, Frederick Gotham, 00:37 August 11, 2006 Re: == C#.Net developer required in Manchester - NH : FTE/Direct Hire or Contract to Hire/Temp to Perm, Richard Tobin, 23:44 Re: == C#.Net developer required in Manchester - NH : FTE/Direct Hire or Contract to Hire/Temp to Perm, Keith Thompson, 23:38 Re: How do i declare a byte variable?, Ian Collins, 23:33 Re: The new operator, Default User, 23:22 Re: Named variable in a list?, Jonathan . Fillion, 23:14 Re: == C#.Net developer required in Manchester - NH : FTE/Direct Hire or Contract to Hire/Temp to Perm, Victor Bazarov, 23:08 Re: == C#.Net developer required in Manchester - NH : FTE/Direct Hire or Contract to Hire/Temp to Perm, Phlip, 23:04 == C#.Net developer required in Manchester - NH : FTE/Direct Hire or Contract to Hire/Temp to Perm, gitproinc, 23:00 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Protoman, 22:38 Re: Named variable in a list?, Alan Johnson, 22:36 Re: Creating a number with a range, Joe Van Dyk, 22:26 Re: The new operator, Marcus Kwok, 22:18 Re: Is C++ decompilable ?, Phlip, 22:13 Re: using insertion sort with a linked list, Dmitri Sologoubenko, 22:11 Re: using insertion sort with a linked list, Dmitri Sologoubenko, 22:10 Re: The new operator, John Carson, 21:46 Re: Is C++ decompilable ?, Maverick, 21:09 Re: How can i change the color of a particular cell in TStringGrid?, mlimber, 21:09 How can i change the color of a particular cell in TStringGrid?, evro, 21:06 Re: Named variable in a list?, Puppet_Sock, 21:03 Potential Memory Leak problem in std::string in C++, vidya . bhagwath, 20:36 Re: Named variable in a list?, mlimber, 20:34 Re: Template Function Pointers + Inherited Return Types, Victor Bazarov, 20:29 Re: Creating a number with a range, Markus Schoder, 20:21 Re: Template Function Pointers + Inherited Return Types, infogoogle, 20:15 Re: Named variable in a list?, Jonathan . Fillion, 20:03 Re: map containing a string key and a templated value..., mlimber, 20:01 Re: Automatically converting object to double, Joe Van Dyk, 19:58 Re: Automatically converting object to double, Frederick Gotham, 19:51 Re: How to initialise aggregate member?, Clark S . 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Gritzan, 23:08 Re: Large Buffer Memory Management, Daniel T., 23:06 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, W Marsh, 23:05 simple port access, [email protected], 23:05 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Joseph Wakeling, 23:03 Re: a very simple question, pls help a new programmer, Howard, 22:52 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Protoman, 22:46 Re: Large Buffer Memory Management, Victor Bazarov, 22:24 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Diego Martins, 22:24 Re: vector, [email protected], 22:14 Re: Using "this" pointer as a parameter in a method, Default User, 22:13 Re: Large Buffer Memory Management, Diego Martins, 22:08 Re: Koening lookup and templates, Victor Bazarov, 22:03 Re: Problem with a template class & friend function, Victor Bazarov, 22:00 Re: vector, mlimber, 21:47 vector, [email protected], 21:45 Re: Koening lookup and templates, Dilip, 21:39 Re: Problem with a template class & friend function, [email protected], 21:37 Re: Using "this" pointer as a parameter in a method, Victor Bazarov, 21:28 Re: Koening lookup and templates, Victor Bazarov, 21:26 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Victor Bazarov, 21:17 Re: Removing Copy Constructor functionality, mlimber, 21:16 Re: Using "this" pointer as a parameter in a method, [email protected], 21:16 Koening lookup and templates, Dilip, 21:12 Re: Using "this" pointer as a parameter in a method, Default User, 21:09 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Joseph Wakeling, 20:59 Re: Removing Copy Constructor functionality, Noah Roberts, 20:56 Re: a very simple question, pls help a new programmer, Noah Roberts, 20:49 Re: Implicit default constructor is not called, Victor Bazarov, 20:31 a very simple question, pls help a new programmer, Marco, 20:26 Re: perferred way of converting const char * to const std::string &, Heinz Ozwirk, 20:25 Re: Removing Copy Constructor functionality, mlimber, 20:12 Re: Removing Copy Constructor functionality, red floyd, 20:09 Re: Implicit default constructor is not called, Alex Vinokur, 20:07 Re: Removing Copy Constructor functionality, Victor Bazarov, 19:48 Removing Copy Constructor functionality, sarathy, 19:39 Re: Implicit default constructor is not called, Victor Bazarov, 19:35 Re: Implicit default constructor is not called, Alex Vinokur, 19:00 Re: perferred way of converting const char * to const std::string &, Victor Bazarov, 18:58 Re: virtual printer device, red floyd, 18:49 perferred way of converting const char * to const std::string &, pookiebearbottom, 18:48 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! 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Sumit RAJAN, 07:43 Re: rounding to the nearest nth digits, Kirit Sælensminde, 07:33 friend cannot access private variable, Gary Wessle, 07:30 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., ypjofficial, 07:13 Re: Balanced ternary computers, Mensanator, 06:54 Re: how to use friend ?, toton, 06:54 Balanced ternary computers, abhijit8086, 06:47 Re: parsing a string, Nishanth, 06:38 Re: Regd:Video Converter Programming, red floyd, 05:19 Regd:Video Converter Programming, Ch3ru5, 05:01 Re: using namespace std, Daniel T., 04:48 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Protoman, 04:42 Re: difference between static_cast and reinterpret_cast, bjarne, 04:06 Re: check the existence of string, Victor Bazarov, 04:06 Re: rounding to the nearest nth digits, Victor Bazarov, 03:59 Re: Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Alan Johnson, 03:48 Re: using namespace std, Halcyon, 02:41 Is this Smart Pointer class thread-safe?, Protoman, 02:36 Need a guru to help a noob, Chewbacca, 02:35 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Plauger, 16:56 Re: multiple inheritance and base pointer, Scott, 16:54 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, Victor Bazarov, 16:52 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, Ivan Liu, 16:50 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Daniel T., 16:49 Re: Always create the object in heap?, mlimber, 16:31 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., mlimber, 16:23 Re: char** question..., RAB, 16:21 Re: char** question..., RAB, 16:17 Re: A problem with inheritance, Ron Natalie, 16:14 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., Frederick Gotham, 16:10 Re: ANN: MultiExtractor v1.2.0a update, mlimber, 16:08 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, mlimber, 16:02 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Alf P. Steinbach, 15:57 Re: std::string to char[] with a twist, Frederick Gotham, 15:56 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, peter koch, 15:53 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Victor Bazarov, 15:52 Re: ANN: MultiExtractor v1.2.0a update, Maciej Drobiński, 15:52 Re: Always create the object in heap?, Alf P. Steinbach, 15:51 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Victor Bazarov, 15:51 Re: ANN: MultiExtractor v1.2.0a update, mlimber, 15:48 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, Frederick Gotham, 15:45 Re: Converting 4-byte char array to float, Frederick Gotham, 15:42 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., Frederick Gotham, 15:40 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Daniel T., 15:37 Re: Always create the object in heap?, Frederick Gotham, 15:35 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Daniel T., 15:32 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Pep, 15:27 Re: Need a URL for Coplien's discussion on Exemplars idiom?, mlimber, 15:27 Re: How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Victor Bazarov, 15:11 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Daniel T., 14:56 Re: parsing a string, Victor Bazarov, 14:54 How can I insert null bytes in to std::string?, Pep, 14:54 Re: parsing a string, Thomas J. Gritzan, 14:52 Re: how to use friend ?, toton, 14:52 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, mlimber, 14:45 parsing a string, Nishanth, 14:45 Re: Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Victor Bazarov, 14:40 codecvt and stringstream, FabioAng, 14:35 Re: Linking ASM Object File to C++ Program, Victor Bazarov, 14:29 Re: Get list of all IP addresses, Victor Bazarov, 14:24 Class knowing properties of another class that contains it, Joseph Wakeling, 14:24 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, Ivan Vecerina, 14:21 Re: Converting 4-byte char array to float, Gregory . A . Book, 14:19 Re: Templated container members, axel22, 14:12 Re: how to use friend ?, Ivan Vecerina, 14:11 Re: Catching a system error., John, 14:06 Re: Catching a system error., John, 14:00 Re: "n Parameter" in C++, peter koch, 13:47 how to use friend ?, toton, 13:37 Re: Always create the object in heap?, Alf P. Steinbach, 13:22 Always create the object in heap?, Karthik, 13:11 Re: "n Parameter" in C++, neo, 13:00 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., Lars Tetzlaff, 12:58 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., ypjofficial, 12:56 Re: Why doesn't this compile....?, ssb, 12:32 Get list of all IP addresses, svirdi, 12:28 Re: Templated container members, neo, 12:04 Re: declaration affects efficiency?, Thomas Tutone, 12:02 Re: Problems with LNK2019, Ian Collins, 11:59 Re: Templated container members, neo, 11:58 declaration affects efficiency?, Ivan Liu, 11:56 Re: dialog problem, Ian Collins, 11:55 Re: assigning reference to a returned value from function., Ian Collins, 11:55 Re: Problems with LNK2019, solarin, 11:54 dialog problem, mariobros, 11:42 assigning reference to a returned value from function., ypjofficial, 11:29 Re: vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, peter koch, 11:12 Re: Problems with LNK2019, Ian Collins, 11:03 Re: Problem communicating between DLLs, Ian Collins, 10:59 Re: vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, Ian Collins, 10:58 Re: std::string.find_first_not_of(size_type index, size_type num), FBergemann, 10:48 Re: Problems with LNK2019, solarin, 10:41 Re: vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, Kai-Uwe Bux, 10:22 Re: vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, Gert Van den Eynde, 10:17 Re: Function for all integer types, Philipp, 10:15 Re: vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, Jerry Coffin, 10:07 Re: Problems with LNK2019, Jerry Coffin, 10:07 Re: Problems with LNK2019, solarin, 09:38 Problems with LNK2019, solarin, 09:27 Problem communicating between DLLs, arunaling, 09:03 vector of pointers to instances of a templated class, Gert Van den Eynde, 08:58 Re: Multiplatform IDE for C++ development, åå, 08:58 Bruce Eckel's CD, arnuld, 08:58 Re: STL, Thomas, 08:58 Re: STL, Thomas, 08:51 Re: STL, Phlip, 08:44 Re: setprecision in output, Gary Wessle, 08:42 Re: STL, Phlip, 08:38 Re: STL, Thomas, 08:31 Re: STL, Thomas, 08:30 setprecision in output, Gary Wessle, 08:20 Re: string constructor difference, wolverine, 07:43 Re: std::string to char[] with a twist, [email protected], 07:42 Re: STL, Thomas, 07:39 Re: STL, Phlip, 07:23 Re: STL, Thomas, 07:17 Re: Which container to use for circular buffer?, toton, 06:53 Re: multiple inheritance and base pointer, Alf P. Steinbach, 06:40 std::string to char[] with a twist, ruffiano, 06:36 std::string to char[] with a twist, ruffiano, 06:36 Re: Problem with a template class & friend function, Victor Bazarov, 06:01 Re: Write 3 decimal places always to stream, Victor Bazarov, 05:49 Re: multiple inheritance and base pointer, Jerry Coffin, 05:33 Re: multiple inheritance and base pointer, Scott, 05:27 Re: Problem with a template class & friend function, [email protected], 05:13 Re: Vector, Alan Johnson, 05:08 Re: typeid, Alf P. Steinbach, 05:08 Re: multiple inheritance and base pointer, Alf P. Steinbach, 05:05 Re: using pointer in a friend operator +, Alf P. 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Steinbach, 19:35 Re: STL list's assignment operator, Markus Schoder, 19:32 Re: Safer Array Length, Roland Pibinger, 19:31 STL list's assignment operator, Christian Christmann, 19:10 Catching a system error., John, 18:58 Re: types, Mike Wahler, 18:55 Re: stack address is different when parameter is passed to function?, Kaz Kylheku, 18:51 Re: types, Ron Natalie, 18:13 Re: Factorial, Alf P. Steinbach, 18:10 types, Michael Sgier, 18:09 Re: Factorial, Kirit Sælensminde, 18:06 Re: Factorial, Kai-Uwe Bux, 18:02 Re: Using boost signals, Ron Natalie, 18:01 Re: Using boost signals, Ron Natalie, 17:59 Re: Using boost signals, Phlip, 17:54 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Robert J. Hansen, 17:48 Re: Using boost signals, atomik . fungus, 17:47 Re: Factorial, Michael, 17:46 Re: Using boost signals, Ron Natalie, 17:46 Re: Factorial, Markus Schoder, 17:39 Re: error compiling this code, Ron Natalie, 17:38 Re: Optimization of STL map's find, Christian Christmann, 17:29 Re: Using boost signals, Alf P. 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Read this first., Shiva, 06:29 Re: stack address is different when parameter is passed to function?, ypjofficial, 05:50 traverse directory with boost, Gary Wessle, 05:37 Re: Safer Array Length, red floyd, 05:27 Re: need a hint, Podrzut_z_Laweczki, 05:16 [AD]Incredible! $26.00 == The C++ Programming Language (Special 3rd Edition); $35.00 == Thinking in C++ (Vol. 1 & 2), sinousadser, 04:35 Re: inner class and initialization list, Specktowsky Specktowsky, 04:19 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Jerry Coffin, 03:37 Re: Safer Array Length, Frederick Gotham, 03:22 Re: Safer Array Length, Frederick Gotham, 03:20 Re: Safer Array Length, Mike Wahler, 03:05 Safer Array Length, Frederick Gotham, 03:01 Re: need a hint, David Harmon, 02:39 Re: Template trouble, Thomas J. Gritzan, 02:03 Re: variable declaration in if statement, Mark P, 01:56 Re: stack address is different when parameter is passed to function?, Thomas J. 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Steinbach, 19:30 Class and Container, Michael, 19:08 Re: function can be called from ## operator, Kaz Kylheku, 19:05 Re: end(), Jerry Coffin, 18:51 Re: stack address is different when parameter is passed to function?, Kaz Kylheku, 18:50 return of a function, costantinos, 18:45 Re: end(), Daniel T., 18:41 Re: end(), Kai-Uwe Bux, 18:41 Re: style and performance, Daniel T., 18:39 end(), Michael, 18:26 inner class and initialization list, Scott, 18:24 Re: Small application, benben, 18:21 Re: stack address is different when parameter is passed to function?, Bo Persson, 17:30 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, peter koch, 17:27 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, P.J. 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Steinbach, 12:11 Re: Copying entire file, line by line into another file, keyvan, 09:43 Re: a unique set of unsigned char-arrays?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 09:16 a unique set of unsigned char-arrays?, Henrik Goldman, 08:34 Re: style and performance, Phlip, 08:09 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Lighter, 07:23 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Jack Klein, 07:06 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Jack Klein, 07:06 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Jack Klein, 07:05 Problem about memory allocation, [email protected], 06:44 Re: style and performance, Daniel T., 06:15 Re: style and performance, Daniel T., 06:09 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Robert J. Hansen, 05:45 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Richard, 05:43 Re: Copying entire file, line by line into another file, Ian Collins, 04:34 Re: Copying entire file, line by line into another file, Jared Wiltshire, 04:10 Re: Copying entire file, line by line into another file, Alan Johnson, 03:48 Re: style and performance, Alan Johnson, 03:34 Copying entire file, line by line into another file, Jared Wiltshire, 03:32 Re: style and performance, Phlip, 02:28 Re: style and performance, Alf P. Steinbach, 02:27 style and performance, Gary Wessle, 02:11 Re: Constructor function, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:59 Re: Constructor function, osmium, 01:43 Re: Constructor function, Alf P. Steinbach, 01:28 Re: I need to adjust the size of a bitmap in a buffer, soxmax, 01:24 Re: Constructor function, Phlip, 01:13 Re: Constructor function, Phlip, 01:12 Re: Constructor function, Michael, 01:08 Re: Constructor function, Victor Bazarov, 01:00 Constructor function, Michael, 00:48 August 04, 2006 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, Pete Becker, 23:56 Re: Very strange, please help, red floyd, 23:55 Re: Small application, Phlip, 23:46 Re: Static class members - how, Lilith, 23:28 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Ron Natalie, 23:07 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, Victor Bazarov, 23:01 Re: Static class members - how, Lilith, 23:00 Re: Visual Studio, Jens Marder, 22:56 Re: Small application, Victor Bazarov, 22:55 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, Pete Becker, 22:49 Small application, trpost, 22:47 Re: [OT] Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Default User, 22:41 Re: I need to adjust the size of a bitmap in a buffer, mlimber, 22:33 I need to adjust the size of a bitmap in a buffer, soxmax, 22:29 [OT] Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Noah Roberts, 22:13 Re: Static class members - how, mlimber, 22:09 Re: Very strange, please help, Default User, 22:05 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, Noah Roberts, 22:03 Re: TR1 Book Now Available, Victor Bazarov, 22:01 Re: Very strange, please help, Howard, 21:55 Re: Static class members - how, Noah Roberts, 21:48 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Bo Persson, 21:36 Re: Static class members - how, mlimber, 21:36 Static class members - how, Lilith, 21:21 TR1 Book Now Available, Pete Becker, 21:18 Re: Read text file, Default User, 21:15 Very strange, please help, Chewbacca, 20:59 Re: Read text file, Daniel T., 20:53 Re: Read text file, Default User, 20:51 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Default User, 20:50 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Default User, 20:47 Very strange, please help, Chewbacca, 20:46 Re: Read text file, ianadelson3, 20:35 Re: reading other peoples code, [email protected], 20:33 Re: reading other peoples code, Roland Pibinger, 20:32 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Kai-Uwe Bux, 20:11 Re: reading other peoples code, Victor Bazarov, 19:39 Re: Read text file, mlimber, 19:35 Re: Read text file, Noah Roberts, 19:33 Re: Strange output, mlimber, 19:32 Read text file, ianadelson3, 19:29 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 19:17 Re: Strange output, junw2000, 19:15 Re: fprintf format, Gary Wessle, 19:12 Re: inaccessible constructor, Default User, 19:11 Re: inaccessible constructor, Default User, 19:09 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, Default User, 19:07 Re: precision in C++, Default User, 18:55 Re: Strange output, mlimber, 18:54 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 18:51 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Default User, 18:47 Strange output, junw2000, 18:47 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Howard, 18:39 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Richard, 18:31 Re: reading other peoples code, Noah Roberts, 18:20 Re: Detecting the arity of a constructor at compile time, Roland Pibinger, 18:18 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 18:15 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 18:09 Re: ##, Mike Smith, 17:59 Re: reading other peoples code, [email protected], 17:57 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Frederick Gotham, 17:55 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 17:44 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Default User, 17:44 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Noah Roberts, 17:37 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Mike Smith, 17:29 Re: precision in C++, Victor Bazarov, 17:16 Re: Lightweight XSD validation, Martin Halle, 16:53 Re: precision in C++, Jerry Coffin, 16:52 Re: fprintf format, mlimber, 16:44 Re: fprintf format, Marcus Kwok, 16:24 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Amadeus W. 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Steinbach, 12:47 Re: Calling a class' memver function from inside another class, Thomas Tutone, 12:45 Re: Error while testing the "non-template friend function of a template class", Thomas Tutone, 12:39 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Ian Collins, 12:27 Re: Error while testing the "non-template friend function of a template class", Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 12:02 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, [email protected], 11:41 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, toton, 11:34 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Lighter, 11:34 Re: Error while testing the "non-template friend function of a template class", Thomas Tutone, 11:28 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Darwin Lalo, 11:24 Re: How to tackle this problem???, Zara, 11:23 Re: How to tackle this problem???, Thomas Tutone, 11:14 Error while testing the "non-template friend function of a template class", Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 11:12 Re: precision in C++, Geo, 11:04 Re: inaccessible constructor, Thomas Tutone, 10:58 Re: inaccessible constructor, cpp_novice, 10:38 Re: inaccessible constructor, Thomas Tutone, 10:31 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, sun1991, 10:30 Re: inaccessible constructor, sun1991, 10:16 Re: inaccessible constructor, [email protected], 10:11 Re: How to tackle this problem???, Paulo Matos, 09:29 inaccessible constructor, cpp_novice, 09:24 Re: precision in C++, Paulo Matos, 09:23 Re: precision in C++, Paulo Matos, 09:20 Re: static & dynamic allocation problem, [email protected], 09:11 Re: Calling a class' memver function from inside another class, Phil Winder, 09:01 Re: precision in C++, asdf, 08:52 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Lighter, 08:36 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, Martijn van Buul, 08:34 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Kai-Uwe Bux, 08:26 Re: Visual Studio, red floyd, 08:23 static & dynamic allocation problem, toton, 08:15 Visual Studio, Hardy &&&, 07:57 Re: rand() between m and n, Pete Becker, 07:36 Re: rand() between m and n, Pete Becker, 07:33 Re: rand() between m and n, Pete Becker, 07:31 Re: Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Jack Klein, 07:31 Re: fprintf format, Gary Wessle, 07:11 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Matt, 06:52 Is this a Bug of VS 2005?, Lighter, 06:38 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Podrzut_z_Laweczki, 06:14 Re: How to tackle this problem???, Ivan Vecerina, 05:59 Re: precision in C++, Ivan Vecerina, 05:44 Re: implicit type conversion, Ivan Vecerina, 05:37 Re: big gap between visual studio 6 and 2003, Kirit Sælensminde, 05:08 implicit type conversion, jschon, 05:08 Re: Job opportunity in the Philippines, Victor Bazarov, 04:15 Re: fprintf format, Victor Bazarov, 04:12 Re: precision in C++, Victor Bazarov, 04:10 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Victor Bazarov, 04:02 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:47 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:42 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:40 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:36 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:35 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:27 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 03:23 precision in C++, asdf, 03:03 Job opportunity in the Philippines, trash, 02:57 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Alan Johnson, 02:54 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Michael, 02:52 How to tackle this problem???, Paulo Matos, 02:51 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, red floyd, 02:40 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, red floyd, 02:37 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Michael, 02:13 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, StepNRazor, 02:12 fprintf format, Gary Wessle, 02:06 Re: How to understand this sentence, Jerry Coffin, 01:56 Re: Address of a class, Jerry Coffin, 01:54 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Amadeus W. M., 01:49 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Victor Bazarov, 01:41 Re: rand() between m and n, Jerry Coffin, 01:41 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Victor Bazarov, 01:39 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Amadeus W. M., 01:26 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 01:13 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Default User, 00:59 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 00:59 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Default User, 00:57 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Andrey Tarasevich, 00:54 Re: What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Alan Johnson, 00:49 What's the benefit to dynamically allocate memory?, Michael, 00:42 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Podrzut_z_Laweczki, 00:41 Re: Calling a class' memver function from inside another class, Thomas J. Gritzan, 00:14 Re: Calling a class' memver function from inside another class, Victor Bazarov, 00:13 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Victor Bazarov, 00:11 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Thomas J. Gritzan, 00:07 Re: specialization of a template function in a template class?!?!?, Alan Johnson, 00:03 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), R Samuel Klatchko, 00:02 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Markus Moll, 00:01 August 03, 2006 Calling a class' memver function from inside another class, philipwinder, 23:54 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Sjouke Burry, 23:51 Re: weird compiler warning, Joe Van Dyk, 23:50 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Thomas J. Gritzan, 23:49 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 23:45 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Noah Roberts, 23:32 recursive function, costantinos, 23:29 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Richard, 23:25 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 23:06 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Marcus Kwok, 23:03 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), peter koch, 23:01 Re: return a line back to the stream, Ivan Vecerina, 22:51 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Jack Klein, 22:43 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, mlimber, 22:37 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 22:28 Re: cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Victor Bazarov, 22:24 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Frederick Gotham, 22:23 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), peter koch, 22:22 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Noah Roberts, 22:18 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Jack Klein, 22:14 Re: Standard command line argument parser., 31337one, 22:09 Re: will this code work always?, Jack Klein, 22:08 specialization of a template function in a template class?!?!?, pookiebearbottom, 22:06 Re: How to understand this sentence, Noah Roberts, 22:05 Re: Bit enumeration algorithms, Robert Mabee, 22:03 cin/cout vs. scanf/printf, Podrzut_z_Laweczki, 21:54 Re: How to understand this sentence, Luc The Perverse, 21:39 Re: Bit enumeration algorithms, adam . ierymenko, 20:53 Re: Managing large class heirarchies, Victor Bazarov, 20:48 Re: meaning of j++, Frederick Gotham, 20:46 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 20:42 Re: How to understand this sentence, Frederick Gotham, 20:38 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, red floyd, 20:31 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 20:31 Re: Managing large class heirarchies, red floyd, 20:30 Re: a==b==c ?, mlimber, 20:30 Re: meaning of j++, Victor Bazarov, 20:30 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Bo Persson, 20:28 Re: meaning of j++, arnuld, 20:27 Re: a==b==c ?, red floyd, 20:27 Re: Managing large class heirarchies, Victor Bazarov, 20:26 Re: a==b==c ?, red floyd, 20:25 Re: a==b==c ?, Gary Wessle, 20:21 Re: Managing large class heirarchies, red floyd, 20:14 Re: a==b==c ?, Gary Wessle, 20:09 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 20:07 Re: FILE* and fstream, loufoque, 19:57 Re: a==b==c ?, Gary Wessle, 19:56 Re: weird compiler warning, Bo Persson, 19:54 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, loufoque, 19:50 Re: meaning of j++, Victor Bazarov, 19:49 Re: meaning of j++, arnuld, 19:41 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Bo Persson, 19:39 Re: meaning of j++, arnuld, 19:38 Re: typedef every where, Roland Pibinger, 19:37 Re: Managing large class heirarchies, iamfractal, 19:34 Re: How to understand this sentence, Victor Bazarov, 19:13 Re: meaning of j++, Victor Bazarov, 19:12 Re: Template problem with unordered_map, Paulo Matos, 19:10 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, Default User, 19:10 Re: How to understand this sentence, Phlip, 19:09 Re: Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, Default User, 19:09 Re: structs problem, Daniele M., 18:59 Re: Standard command line argument parser., Tom Plunket, 18:56 Re: meaning of j++, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:56 How to understand this sentence, stonny, 18:54 Re: meaning of j++, Thomas, 18:51 Re: meaning of j++, Victor Bazarov, 18:51 Re: meaning of j++, loufoque, 18:38 meaning of j++, arnuld, 18:31 Re: Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, Noah Roberts, 17:51 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, Howard, 17:41 Re: template template argument, Fei Liu, 17:39 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Noah Roberts, 17:24 Re: FILE* and fstream, Victor Bazarov, 17:13 Re: template template argument, Victor Bazarov, 17:11 Re: method & function, osmium, 17:01 Re: structs problem, Victor Bazarov, 16:59 Re: FILE* and fstream, Ralf Goertz, 16:56 Re: template template argument, Fei Liu, 16:50 Re: structs problem, evilmaio, 16:49 Re: Basic Linked List Problem, Victor Bazarov, 16:43 Re: Basic Linked List Problem, Howard, 16:39 Re: FILE* and fstream, Victor Bazarov, 16:36 Re: Basic Linked List Problem, Siam, 16:35 Re: typedef every where, Howard, 16:28 Basic Linked List Problem, pauldepstein, 16:26 FILE* and fstream, Ralf Goertz, 16:23 Re: return a line back to the stream, Eric Pruneau, 16:18 Re: Info on how to learn more, tragomaskhalos, 16:16 Re: Info on how to learn more, Phlip, 16:16 Re: Template problem with unordered_map, tragomaskhalos, 16:14 return a line back to the stream, toton, 16:12 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, loufoque, 16:11 Re: Info on how to learn more, Victor Bazarov, 16:10 Info on how to learn more, newbie, 16:06 Re: Calling std::list::erase(iterator pos) with a reverse_iterator?, Marcus Kwok, 16:05 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, tragomaskhalos, 16:04 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 15:53 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Amadeus W. M., 15:52 Re: namespace, Frederick Gotham, 15:43 Re: how to generate this code?, Victor Bazarov, 14:57 Re: Why can't the sentence compile?, Sumit RAJAN, 14:32 Re: Why can't the sentence compile?, flagos, 14:08 Why can't the sentence compile?, sword, 13:48 Re: how to generate this code?, Christian Gollwitzer, 13:35 Re: How to type an empty string in command line?, Papastefanos Serafeim, 13:27 Re: Calling std::list::erase(iterator pos) with a reverse_iterator?, Azumanga, 13:12 Re: Calling std::list::erase(iterator pos) with a reverse_iterator?, Azumanga, 13:07 Re: Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, dotNeter, 12:16 Calling std::list::erase(iterator pos) with a reverse_iterator?, Dalbosco J-F, 12:15 How to type an empty string in command line?, xiaohuamao, 12:03 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Bernd Strieder, 11:19 Re: Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, Michiel . Salters, 11:02 Re: Lightweight XSD validation, Boris Kolpackov, 11:02 Re: Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 10:52 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Fabio Fracassi, 10:25 Re: split, splice and the like, Mark P, 10:25 Re: big gap between visual studio 6 and 2003, peter koch, 10:24 Re: a==b==c ?, n2xssvv g02gfr12930, 10:11 Re: multiple level bom search, Jerry Coffin, 10:10 big gap between visual studio 6 and 2003, pascalroca, 10:03 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 09:51 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 09:23 Re: a==b==c ?, Harald van DÄk, 09:19 Re: a==b==c ?, sonison . james, 09:13 Re: a==b==c ?, daniel . w . gelder, 08:57 Re: Bit enumeration algorithms, Robert Mabee, 08:56 a==b==c ?, Gary Wessle, 08:28 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 08:23 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 08:08 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 08:02 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Andrey Tarasevich, 07:57 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, StepNRazor, 07:34 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Andrey Tarasevich, 07:31 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 07:31 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Kirit Sælensminde, 07:28 Re: split, splice and the like, Gary Wessle, 07:15 Re: split, splice and the like, Gary Wessle, 07:11 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Kirit Sælensminde, 07:07 Lightweight XSD validation, Martin Halle, 06:53 Re: method & function, Phlip, 06:32 Re: method & function, Phlip, 06:29 Re: method & function, Mark P, 06:25 Re: method & function, Daniel T., 06:24 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, rohitpatel9999, 06:11 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, cainiaodelixiang, 06:03 Re: method & function, Victor Bazarov, 05:55 Re: method & function, Victor Bazarov, 05:53 Re: method & function, Daniel Smith, 05:52 Re: method & function, Thomas J. Gritzan, 05:51 Re: A problem with GNU Scientific Library GSL, Victor Bazarov, 05:51 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, [email protected], 05:49 method & function, Michael, 05:45 A problem with GNU Scientific Library GSL, manuhack, 05:38 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Matt, 05:24 Re: How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, Victor Bazarov, 05:21 How to invoke member functions of the objects in a Set, cainiaodelixiang, 05:04 Re: The most powerful question to ask A.I is:, Victor Bazarov, 04:55 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Greg, 03:49 Re: split, splice and the like, Ron Natalie, 03:31 Re: split, splice and the like, Ron Natalie, 03:30 Can someone give a simple implementation of RTTI in c++?, dotNeter, 03:29 Re: split, splice and the like, Mark P, 03:20 Re: weird compiler warning, Alan Johnson, 03:14 Re: split, splice and the like, Phlip, 03:10 split, splice and the like, Gary Wessle, 03:07 Bit enumeration algorithms, adam . ierymenko, 02:55 Bit enumeration algorithms, adam . ierymenko, 02:54 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, StepNRazor, 02:49 Re: The most powerful question to ask A.I is:, Phlip, 02:45 Re: Template problem with unordered_map, Paulo Matos, 02:35 Re: The Wikipedia article on C and C++ operators, Old Wolf, 02:26 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 02:13 Re: rand() between m and n, Kai-Uwe Bux, 02:07 Re: memory leak or mtrace()-problem?, Alex Buell, 01:45 Re: Template problem with unordered_map, Howard Hinnant, 01:43 weird compiler warning, Joe Van Dyk, 01:36 Template problem with unordered_map, Paulo Matos, 01:30 Re: Copy constructors, de/constructors and reference counts, Jeremy Smith, 01:25 Re: Copy constructors, de/constructors and reference counts, Thomas J. Gritzan, 01:22 Re: [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., ZikO, 01:15 Copy constructors, de/constructors and reference counts, Jeremy Smith, 01:10 Re: multiple level bom search, Mark P, 01:05 Re: [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., Thomas J. Gritzan, 01:04 Re: [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., Mark P, 01:02 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Cory Nelson, 00:38 Re: typedef every where, Phlip, 00:36 Re: Standard command line argument parser., 31337one, 00:36 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Jacek Dziedzic, 00:34 Re: Standard command line argument parser., Roland Pibinger, 00:32 Re: multiple level bom search, Howard, 00:31 Re: typedef every where, Roland Pibinger, 00:27 Re: typedef every where, Howard, 00:17 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Clark S . Cox III, 00:01 August 02, 2006 Re: How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Andrey Tarasevich, 23:56 Re: typedef every where, Phlip, 23:55 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Phlip, 23:50 Re: ##, Sjouke Burry, 23:48 typedef every where, Gary Wessle, 23:47 How does std::set stay unique with only std::less?, Cory Nelson, 23:38 Re: [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., ZikO, 23:29 Re: rand() between m and n, Pete Becker, 23:27 Re: rand() between m and n, Pete Becker, 23:16 multiple level bom search, pengbsam, 23:13 Re: Calculating RSA Decryption Key, DarkProtoman, 23:08 Re: What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, Marcus Kwok, 22:55 Re: memory leak or mtrace()-problem?, Kai-Uwe Bux, 22:48 Re: memory leak or mtrace()-problem?, lars . uffmann, 22:38 Re: memory leak or mtrace()-problem?, lars . uffmann, 22:36 Re: fstream::open problem, Victor Bazarov, 22:29 Re: fstream::open problem, Belebele, 22:23 What to prefer - TCHAR arrays, std::string or std::wstring ?, rohitpatel9999, 22:20 Re: will this code work always?, Default User, 22:20 Re: type, class, object, Default User, 22:18 Re: fstream::open problem, Victor Bazarov, 22:16 Re: [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., Victor Bazarov, 22:13 fstream::open problem, Belebele, 22:10 [c++] Nested calsses and access to them., ZikO, 22:02 Re: An Array and memory problem, Victor Bazarov, 21:53 memory leak or mtrace()-problem?, lars . uffmann, 21:49 An Array and memory problem, Daniel Smith, 21:40 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, lars . uffmann, 21:37 Re: input and output from multiple text files, Frederick Gotham, 21:36 Re: ##, Frederick Gotham, 21:30 Re: map problem, Kamran, 20:58 Re: structs problem, Daniele M., 20:56 Re: istrean Vs ifstream, Thomas J. Gritzan, 20:54 Re: structs problem, Victor Bazarov, 20:52 structs problem, Daniele M., 20:37 Re: input and output from multiple text files, Peter Jansson, 20:34 Re: a * b, Luc The Perverse, 20:32 Re: type, class, object, Howard, 20:23 Re: type, class, object, Victor Bazarov, 20:10 Re: Windows error on calling exit(0), Kevin Handy, 20:07 Re: ##, Noah Roberts, 19:56 Re: type, class, object, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 19:46 Re: type, class, object, Michael, 19:45 Re: type, class, object, Michael, 19:38 Re: ##, Victor Bazarov, 19:35 Re: istrean Vs ifstream, mlimber, 19:31 Re: ##, Rat Monkey Hybrid, 19:31 Re: type, class, object, Victor Bazarov, 19:29 Re: istrean Vs ifstream, Eric Pruneau, 19:25 Re: inline, templates,, mlimber, 19:24 inline, templates,, vsgdp, 19:22 istrean Vs ifstream, malla, 19:21 Re: will this code work always?, Thorsten Kiefer, 19:20 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Default User, 19:18 type, class, object, Michael, 19:15 Re: Problem with lengh of string, Eric Pruneau, 19:13 Re: ##, Marcus Kwok, 19:13 Re: define and include, Default User, 19:12 Re: Application's pointer, Marcus Kwok, 19:07 Re: ##, Christopher Benson-Manica, 19:03 Re: Problem with lengh of string, Victor Bazarov, 18:59 Re: ##, Rolf Magnus, 18:58 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 18:47 Re: rand() between m and n, Marcus Kwok, 18:45 Problem with lengh of string, ricky, 18:43 Re: Standard command line argument parser., mlimber, 18:43 Re: Standard command line argument parser., Victor Bazarov, 18:42 Standard command line argument parser., 31337one, 18:39 Re: ##, Phlip, 18:30 ===Welcome to comp.lang.c++! Read this first., Shiva, 18:29 Re: ##, Noah Roberts, 18:26 Re: ##, Christopher Benson-Manica, 18:21 Re: Startup Needs C++ Developers, Philipp, 18:12 Re: ##, Phlip, 17:51 Template specialization problem - compiler bug or my fault?, Imre, 17:48 Re: will this code work always?, Volker Lukas, 17:35 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), loufoque, 17:34 Re: Does bit shift depend on platform/implementation?, Victor Bazarov, 17:27 Re: rand() between m and n, Lars Rune Nøstdal, 17:25 Re: will this code work always?, Rolf Magnus, 17:21 Re: Problems with threads limit., VL, 17:20 Does bit shift depend on platform/implementation?, Philipp, 17:19 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Noah Roberts, 17:19 Re: 1's complement and 2's complement, Frederick Gotham, 17:19 Re: ##, Rolf Magnus, 17:07 Re: Difference between MFC Container classes and STL libraries, Phlip, 16:53 Re: ##, Phlip, 16:45 Re: ##, Phlip, 16:43 Re: ##, mlimber, 16:41 Re: rand() between m and n, Kai-Uwe Bux, 16:39 ##, nik, 16:37 Re: Application's pointer, mlimber, 16:06 Re: What are functions provided by the compiler in a class?, Victor Bazarov, 16:05 Re: Custom Allocator, mlimber, 16:03 Re: What are functions provided by the compiler in a class?, Sunil Varma, 16:03 Re: What are functions provided by the compiler in a class?, Victor Bazarov, 15:56 Re: Custom Allocator, Thorsten Kiefer, 15:54 Re: Base and Derived Class, Thorsten Kiefer, 15:52 Re: Difference between MFC Container classes and STL libraries, Thorsten Kiefer, 15:49 Re: objects known inside the class, Daniel T., 15:40 Re: will this code work always?, Thorsten Kiefer, 15:38 What are functions provided by the compiler in a class?, Sunil Varma, 15:36 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, Michiel . Salters, 15:26 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 15:21 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 15:20 Re: Startup Needs C++ Developers, Victor Bazarov, 15:01 Startup Needs C++ Developers, private . startup, 14:45 Re: Doubt regarding strcpy(), Ron Natalie, 14:15 Re: a * b, Ron Natalie, 14:14 Doubt regarding strcpy(), edu.mvk, 14:09 Re: a * b, carlmuller, 13:53 Re: Weird pointer issue, Ron Natalie, 12:59 Re: namespace, Ron Natalie, 12:57 Re: objects known inside the class, Rolf Magnus, 12:35 objects known inside the class, Gary Wessle, 12:34 Re: will this code work always?, Rolf Magnus, 12:27 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, Julián Albo, 12:23 Re: define and include, heltena, 12:14 Application's pointer, davidzada, 12:09 Re: define and include, Papastefanos Serafeim, 11:49 Re: define and include, Rolf Magnus, 11:45 Re: rand() between m and n, Gary Wessle, 11:34 define and include, mr, 11:32 Re: rand() between m and n, Kai-Uwe Bux, 11:26 Re: Doubt on STL vector, John Carson, 11:07 Doubt on STL vector, edu.mvk, 11:03 Re: rand() between m and n, Gary Wessle, 11:01 Re: will this code work always?, Mark P, 10:38 Re: will this code work always?, [email protected], 10:32 Re: rand() between m and n, [email protected], 10:25 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, Marco Costa, 10:20 Re: How to negate a group, Marco Costa, 10:03 Re: rand() between m and n, Marco Wahl, 09:37 Re: multiplatform C++, Fred Zwarts, 09:00 Re: Difference between MFC Container classes and STL libraries, n2xssvv g02gfr12930, 08:50 How to negate a group, shilpi . rustagi, 08:41 Re: Difference between MFC Container classes and STL libraries, Phlip, 08:29 Re: Can we get whether a character is even or odd using regex, Phlip, 08:23 Difference between MFC Container classes and STL libraries, [email protected], 08:11 Re: Can we get whether a character is even or odd using regex, benben, 07:51 Re: Base and Derived Class, John Carson, 07:07 Can we get whether a character is even or odd using regex, shilpi . rustagi, 06:53 Re: Memory, Ian Collins, 06:48 Re: RTTI, Neo, 06:47 will this code work always?, bhavik . patel, 06:44 Re: Problems with threads limit., Ian Collins, 06:43 Re: Memory, Michael, 06:40 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, [email protected], 06:09 Re: Memory, Victor Bazarov, 06:09 Re: Memory, Michael, 05:57 Re: Memory, Victor Bazarov, 05:49 Re: Memory, Michael, 05:36 Re: Operator versus Function Object, Victor Bazarov, 05:26 Re: Memory, Victor Bazarov, 05:19 Re: a * b, Vols, 05:15 Memory, Michael, 05:02 Re: Operator versus Function Object, cainiaodelixiang, 04:57 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, red floyd, 04:07 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, lars . uffmann, 03:41 Re: Weird pointer issue, benben, 03:22 Re: rand() between m and n, Gary Wessle, 03:22 Re: Custom Allocator, benben, 03:11 Re: namespace, benben, 03:09 Re: Base and Derived Class, Michael, 03:03 Re: Functions that get called automatically, [email protected], 03:02 Re: input and output from multiple text files, malla, 02:53 Re: Using objects without ever creating an instance - recommendable?, Victor Bazarov, 02:45 Re: input and output from multiple text files, malla, 02:38 Re: Base and Derived Class, Andrey Tarasevich, 02:13 Re: Base and Derived Class, Luc The Perverse, 02:09 Base and Derived Class, Michael, 01:48 Custom Allocator, Giovanni, 01:28 Re: a * b, Andrey Tarasevich, 01:25 Re: a * b, Matt, 01:17 Re: [OT] Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Default User, 01:16 Re: [OT] Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Default User, 01:13 Re: exceptions with null pointers, Old Wolf, 01:08 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Default User, 01:05 Re: TI RFID-reader, red floyd, 01:03 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, red floyd, 01:00 Re: Using objects without ever creating an instance - recommendable?, lars . uffmann, 00:44 Re: namespace, Victor Bazarov, 00:23 Re: Using objects without ever creating an instance - recommendable?, Victor Bazarov, 00:20 Re: map problem, Bo Persson, 00:12 Re: a * b, Luc The Perverse, 00:10 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, lars . uffmann, 00:04 August 01, 2006 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, trm, 23:48 Re: How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, Howard, 23:47 Re: problem with big programs, Mohsen, 23:43 How to avoid multiple definition of a variable by multiple inclusion of a header file, lars . uffmann, 23:40 Re: namespace, Phlip, 23:39 [OT] Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, peter koch, 23:36 namespace, Michael, 23:36 Re: new and delete operators, R Samuel Klatchko, 23:31 TI RFID-reader, Peter Hansen, 23:19 Re: a * b, Siam, 23:02 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Default User, 22:56 Re: Weird pointer issue, p1r0, 22:55 Re: a * b, Default User, 22:53 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Daniel T., 22:50 Using objects without ever creating an instance - recommendable?, lars . uffmann, 22:42 Re: better way of doing this!, Howard, 22:33 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Matt, 22:17 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Victor Bazarov, 22:16 Re: Weird pointer issue, Frederick Gotham, 22:13 Re: better way of doing this!, Frederick Gotham, 22:09 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Matt, 22:07 Re: newbie question: Compiler relocation ??? What is that?, Marcus Kwok, 21:55 Re: data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, Hallvard B Furuseth, 21:54 Re: Weird pointer issue, Victor Bazarov, 21:53 Re: better way of doing this!, Victor Bazarov, 21:51 Re: better way of doing this!, Howard, 21:50 Re: better way of doing this!, Howard, 21:48 Re: better way of doing this!, Noah Roberts, 21:47 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Matt, 21:46 Re: Weird pointer issue, Howard, 21:37 better way of doing this!, Hameed U. Khan, 21:33 Weird pointer issue, p1r0, 21:31 Re: map problem, Victor Bazarov, 21:20 map problem, Kamran, 21:15 Re: input and output from multiple text files, malla, 21:14 Re: data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, forkazoo, 21:05 Re: input and output from multiple text files, Peter Jansson, 20:58 Re: a * b, Vols, 20:56 Re: problem using strlen, Marcus Kwok, 20:51 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Frederick Gotham, 20:47 Re: input and output from multiple text files, malla, 20:46 Re: input and output from multiple text files, Peter Jansson, 20:42 Re: Converting from UTF-16 to UTF-32, P.J. Plauger, 20:38 Re: rand() between m and n, Marcus Kwok, 20:37 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Frederick Gotham, 20:31 input and output from multiple text files, malla, 20:23 Re: a * b, Thomas J. Gritzan, 20:15 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Andrey Tarasevich, 20:13 Re: a * b, Howard, 20:10 Re: decimal acrobats, Victor Bazarov, 20:10 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Victor Bazarov, 20:08 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Howard, 20:07 Re: STL list problems, Bernd Strieder, 19:52 Re: a * b, Thomas J. Gritzan, 19:50 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Kaz Kylheku, 19:48 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Phlip, 19:46 Re: How to initialize array?, Marcus Kwok, 19:43 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Howard, 19:43 Re: implementation of copy_if using lambda, Bernd Strieder, 19:39 Re: decimal acrobats, Gary Wessle, 19:34 Re: how to pass variable arg list to a function pointer, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 19:33 Re: How to initialize array?, Marcus Kwok, 19:33 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Thomas J. Gritzan, 19:33 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Kaz Kylheku, 19:32 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Howard, 19:28 Re: newbie question: Compiler relocation ??? What is that?, Victor Bazarov, 19:27 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Victor Bazarov, 19:25 Re: how to pass variable arg list to a function pointer, Victor Bazarov, 19:23 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Howard, 19:23 Re: how to pass variable arg list to a function pointer, carvalho . miguel, 19:20 newbie question: Compiler relocation ??? What is that?, Martin Jørgensen, 19:18 how to pass variable arg list to a function pointer, carvalho . miguel, 19:06 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Kaz Kylheku, 19:02 Re: Address of a class, Thomas J. Gritzan, 18:58 Re: multiplatform C++, Giorgos Katsikatsos, 18:57 Re: problem using strlen, Default User, 18:54 Re: problem using strlen, Default User, 18:54 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Victor Bazarov, 18:52 Re: data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, Victor Bazarov, 18:50 Re: rand() between m and n, Gary Wessle, 18:49 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Default User, 18:47 Re: a * b, Ivan Vecerina, 18:42 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Frederick Gotham, 18:40 Re: a * b, Victor Bazarov, 18:40 Re: & and Int &, Frederick Gotham, 18:37 Re: a * b, Vols, 18:36 Re: a * b, Vols, 18:31 Re: data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, pattreeya, 18:31 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Andrey Tarasevich, 18:28 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Frederick Gotham, 18:26 Re: & and Int &, Howard, 18:25 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Andrey Tarasevich, 18:23 Re: problem with big programs, Howard, 18:23 & and Int &, Michael, 18:21 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Thorsten Kiefer, 18:18 Re: 1's complement and 2's complement, Frederick Gotham, 18:16 Re: a * b, Howard, 18:16 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Victor Bazarov, 18:13 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, suchodj, 18:11 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Victor Bazarov, 18:11 Re: a * b, Victor Bazarov, 18:09 Re: a * b, Siam, 18:05 Re: Converting from UTF-16 to UTF-32, dayton, 18:04 Re: a * b, Siam, 18:03 Re: Problems with threads limit., Kaz Kylheku, 18:01 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Siam, 17:56 Re: Decimal to Packed Decimal Conversion in C++, Ven, 17:56 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Vols, 17:56 Re: a * b, Vols, 17:55 Re: a * b, Victor Bazarov, 17:51 Re: old question: difference between pointer and reference, Victor Bazarov, 17:49 Re: data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, Victor Bazarov, 17:48 a * b, Vols, 17:48 old question: difference between pointer and reference, Vols, 17:46 Re: Private member accessible from another object?, Victor Bazarov, 17:43 data structure & alignment accessing speed on 32 bits system, pt, 17:42 Re: rand() between m and n, Chris Theis, 17:40 Private member accessible from another object?, Siam, 17:37 Re: problem with big programs, Tim Love, 17:34 Re: problem with big programs, sdavids, 17:33 Re: multiplatform C++, BigBrian, 17:31 problem with big programs, Mohsen, 17:29 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, peter koch, 17:28 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Noah Roberts, 17:24 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Noah Roberts, 17:15 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, mlimber, 16:55 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Victor Bazarov, 16:54 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Phlip, 16:42 Re: Null Pointer, mlimber, 16:38 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, Christian Gollwitzer, 16:33 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, peter koch, 16:33 Re: Null Pointer, Daniel T., 16:23 Re: Null Pointer, Phlip, 16:17 Null Pointer, Michael, 16:10 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Amadeus W. M., 16:10 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Phlip, 16:10 Re: Template specialization, Rolf Magnus, 15:57 Re: std::numeric_limits::infinity() returns 0.0 on Intel/Linux g++ 3.2.3, Victor Bazarov, 15:56 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Phlip, 15:56 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 15:54 std::numeric_limits::infinity() returns 0.0 on Intel/Linux g++ 3.2.3, liam_herron, 15:52 Re: Template specialization, Focca, 15:45 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 15:41 Re: Windows error on calling exit(0), Victor Bazarov, 15:39 Re: problem using strlen, ricky, 15:38 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 15:37 Re: Template specialization, Rolf Magnus, 15:37 Re: problem using strlen, ricky, 15:37 Re: problem using strlen, Eric Pruneau, 15:31 Re: problem using strlen, Siam, 15:30 Re: Template specialization, Focca, 15:29 Re: problem using strlen, Stefan Näwe, 15:25 Re: Windows error on calling exit(0), Siam, 15:23 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, peter koch, 15:22 Re: Template specialization, Focca, 15:22 problem using strlen, ricky, 15:19 Re: Windows error on calling exit(0), Victor Bazarov, 15:15 Re: Getting Mojo, Kirit Sælensminde, 15:11 Windows error on calling exit(0), Siam, 15:08 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Victor Bazarov, 15:07 Re: Converting from UTF-16 to UTF-32, Kirit Sælensminde, 15:03 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 15:00 Re: clock_t clock() ambiguity, Matt, 14:54 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 14:53 Re: Template specialization, Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 14:50 Re: SSE - UNIX INTERNALS - URG. OPNG. IN BANGALORE FOR AN MNC, Victor Bazarov, 14:50 Re: Operator versus Function Object, Victor Bazarov, 14:49 Re: virtual inheritance and virtual function., Pierre Barbier de Reuille, 14:48 Re: decimal acrobats, Victor Bazarov, 14:46 Re: C++ GUI Beginner - Qt or gtkmm?, Matt, 14:42 Re: Template specialization, Rolf Magnus, 14:38 Re: Template specialization, Victor Bazarov, 14:37 Re: Functions that get called automatically, peter koch, 14:25 Re: Functions that get called automatically, Raymond, 14:20 Re: Functions that get called automatically, Gernot Frisch, 13:54 Re: Functions that get called automatically, Saurabh, 13:49 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, David, 13:45 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, Frank Neuhaus, 13:44 Re: Functions that get called automatically, Gernot Frisch, 13:43 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, Gernot Frisch, 13:41 Re: exceptions with null pointers, Chris, 13:40 Template specialization, Focca, 12:49 Functions that get called automatically, Saurabh, 12:38 Re: Array of Char, Alex Vinokur, 12:17 Re: Address of a class, Rolf Magnus, 12:12 Re: virtual inheritance and virtual function., Rolf Magnus, 12:06 Re: Problems with threads limit., Rolf Magnus, 12:03 Re: RTTI, Rolf Magnus, 12:01 Re: RTTI, Carlos Martinez, 11:46 RTTI, Neo, 11:34 Re: Problems with threads limit., Ian Collins, 11:31 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, Frank Neuhaus, 11:30 Re: exceptions with null pointers, Bronek Kozicki, 11:20 Re: Code Cleanup Tool, Gernot Frisch, 11:19 Re: rand() between m and n, Gernot Frisch, 11:17 virtual inheritance and virtual function., Ashwin, 11:08 Re: multiplatform C++, æé, 10:56 Re: Problems with threads limit., Alan Johnson, 10:41 Re: Problems with threads limit., peter koch, 10:39 Re: Problems with threads limit., Rolf Magnus, 10:38 Problems with threads limit., pavvka, 10:27 Code Cleanup Tool, Frank Neuhaus, 10:24 Re: rand() between m and n, Marco Wahl, 10:12 Re: multiplatform C++, bevan . collins, 09:44 rand() between m and n, Gary Wessle, 09:41 Re: Address of a class, toton, 09:16 Re: how to generate this code?, Roberto Gori, 09:00 Re: multiplatform C++, [email protected], 09:00 multiplatform C++, Pitaridis Aristotelis, 08:50 Re: cast int into a string, Gary Wessle, 08:39 decimal acrobats, Gary Wessle, 08:34 Operator versus Function Object, cainiaodelixiang, 08:19 Address of a class, toton, 08:02 Re: How to initialize array?, toton, 07:48 Function-like macro or templates for auto buffer allocation, He Shiming, 07:05 Re: Compile directives, Victor Bazarov, 06:52 Compile directives, bcr07548, 06:40 Re: Function Pointer, Victor Bazarov, 06:39 Function Pointer, Michael, 06:28 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Michael, 06:11 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, cainiaodelixiang, 06:03 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, cainiaodelixiang, 06:02 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Amadeus W. M., 05:38 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, Victor Bazarov, 05:28 Re: Array of Char, Victor Bazarov, 05:27 Re: string to double conversion - atof() vs istringstream, Old Wolf, 05:25 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, Old Wolf, 05:22 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, Daniel T., 05:20 Re: Don't know how to define my class correctly, Victor Bazarov, 05:16 Array of Char, Michael, 05:15 Don't know how to define my class correctly, cainiaodelixiang, 04:43 Re: how to generate this code?, Phlip, 04:34 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Old Wolf, 04:34 Re: get variable number of ints, Jerry Coffin, 03:03 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Michael, 02:57 get variable number of ints, Rob, 02:55 Re: vector >::iterator, Gary Wessle, 02:40 Re: vector >::iterator, mlimber, 02:32 Re: vector >::iterator, Victor Bazarov, 02:31 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Kai-Uwe Bux, 02:26 Re: string to double conversion - atof() vs istringstream, sharmaharish, 02:18 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Noah Roberts, 02:10 Re: Lifetime extension misconception, Old Wolf, 01:56 vector >::iterator, Gary Wessle, 01:48 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Pete Becker, 01:45 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Robert J. Hansen, 01:10 saving file using fstream - newbie help, [email protected], 00:45 Re: Just learning C++ - a question, Noah Roberts, 00:12 Re: The Wikipedia article on C and C++ operators, Joe Wright, 00:07 Re: Just learning C++ - a question, wickwire, 00:01 July 31, 2006 Re: Just learning C++ - a question, Noah Roberts, 23:56 Re: Just learning C++ - a question, wickwire, 23:45 Re: WTF??, Noah Roberts, 23:22 Re: STL list problems, Victor Bazarov, 23:20 Re: removing last written symbol from stream, Julián Albo, 23:11 STL list problems, giotheninman, 23:10 Re: Just learning C++ - a question, Jerry Coffin, 22:59 Re: how stl container classes layout in memory works?, Jerry Coffin, 22:59 Re: Inheritance and STL containers, Marcus Kwok, 22:53 WTF??, Noah Roberts, 22:47 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Pete Becker, 22:43 Re: Virtual Destrctor Function, Pete Becker, 22:41 Re: removing last written symbol from stream, mlimber, 22:41 Re: removing last written symbol from stream, Daniel T., 22:38 Re: removing last written symbol from stream, Denis Petronenko, 22:35 Re: Is there any strong reason for not using Templates?, NewToCPP, 22:32 Re: removing last written symbol from stream, mlimber, 22:30 removing last written symbol from stream, Denis Petronenko, 22:17
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