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Desktop Programming
5 Apr 2000   Updated: 1 Nov 2003   Rating: 4.69/5    Votes: 32   Popularity: 6.93
Licence: CPOL    Views: 299,258     Bookmarked: 85   Downloaded: 3,996
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Use an edit control for logging messages and redirect cout
Programming Languages
11 Apr 2000   Updated: 11 Apr 2000   Rating: 4.58/5    Votes: 5   Popularity: 3.20
Licence: Not specified    Views: 84,621     Bookmarked: 23   Downloaded: 607
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Defines some TCHAR compatible STL elements and gives you an std::ostream to send output to the debugger windows.
7 Jul 2001   Updated: 7 Jul 2001   Rating: 4.92/5    Votes: 63   Popularity: 8.82
Licence: Not specified    Views: 407,369     Bookmarked: 208   Downloaded: 4,421
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The article shows a general solution to redirect any C-style callback into a member function using adapter objects
18 May 2003   Updated: 18 May 2003   Rating: 4.93/5    Votes: 138   Popularity: 10.53
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A tutorial that shows how to integrate mc.exe in the build environment of Visual Studio and use it for event logging and string resources.
11 Jun 2001   Updated: 11 Jun 2001   Rating: 4.58/5    Votes: 11   Popularity: 4.37
Licence: Not specified    Views: 92,573     Bookmarked: 86   Downloaded: 391
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An article about the techniques to pour reusable design (a design pattern) into reusable code with an example of the observer pattern.

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Daniel Lohmann ( is Assistant Professor at the Distributed Systems and Operating Systems department at Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany. His main research topic is the design of a highly customizable and scalable operating system product line for deeply embedded systems using static configuration and aspect-oriented techniques. Before joining Universität Erlangen he worked as a freelance trainer and consultant for NT system programming, advanced C++ programming and OOA/OOD. He is interested in upcoming programming techniques like aspect-oriented programming, generative programming and C++ meta coding and has written some nice and handy tools for Windows NT which you can download at his web site.