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Zahir Tezcan

Zahir Tezcan Zahir Tezcan

Niner since 2010

  • Developer Keynote Updates

    Regarding their ignorance on C++ features in every VS update, my VS.next mascot suggestion: http://tinyurl.com/kuszlya

  • TWC9: 100MM licenses, Blue at build, VS2012.3 Go Live CTP, and more

    Is he using a macbook?

  • Stephan T. Lavavej - Core C++, 5 of n

    You skimmed over extern templates and you told that you really didn't use such thing. Please imagine this, I really want to make some dynamic library for other people to use, but almost all of the C++ standard library is template classes and I am not able to safely export anything from my library. There are a lot of articles around the web and all of them tells me how to hide the VisualStudio warning, the thing is problem persists. How can I use something like vector or shared_ptr if I cannot export them safely?

    Like this:

    class MY_API MyClass
    {
    public:
        MyClass();
    private:
        std::vector<int> indices;
    };

    where MY_API is __declspec(dllimport/dllexport) thingy. How do you tackle this problem?

  • Reactive Extensions API in depth: CombineLatest

    Is there any option to be as fast as the slowest stream for streams with different frequencies?

    eg.

     

    for streams

     

    ---x---y---z---t---u--->

    -a-b-c-d-e-f-g-h-i-j-->

    ---o---o---o--o---o-->

    f(a,x)

    f(c,y)

    f(e,z)

    f(g,t)

    f(i,u)

     

    which is to invoke combination when both streams has a 'new' output. This may incur new problems such that observers may want to infer intermediate values for grouping like interpolations.