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How to stop worrying and start loving C++. II

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The previous session for C++ gurus dealt with the general subject of indirection in C++, specifically the use of "smart pointers" that take the place of *-style variables while improving the reliability and flexibility of your code, see ibid vol. 9 (June 1994). In the present paper we examine the idea of representing collections by overloading operator and then move on to iterators and cursors.<>

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Computer  (Volume:27 ,  Issue: 7 )

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July 1994

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