Category Archives: C ++

The code is the documentation

You read/hear that the code should be clear enough to be understood with very little comments. I wholeheartedly agree bu I rarely see code like the one I like to read/write: // This is less convoluted than what’s required for // … Continue reading

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Usefulness of the override keyword…

I just discovered a bug by adding the override to a bunch of virtual function members of an old MFC based UI class: the 3rd-party base class had a LONG_PTR and not a long as we had in our derived class. … Continue reading

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Little helper features in Visual Studio

I have now taken the habit to use those and they help me a lot. The first one is the breakpoint label: I personally use it to associate my bug ticket number with the corresponding breakpoints. When you work on … Continue reading

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