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Lim Bio Liong is a Specialist at a leading Software House in Singapore.
 
Bio has been in software development for over 10 years. He specialises in C/C++ programming and Windows software development.
 
Bio has also done device-driver development and enjoys low-level programming. Bio has recently picked up C# programming and has been researching in this area.
Member since Saturday, December 1, 2001 (12 years, 7 months)
  • 18 Aug 2006: MFC/C++ Jul 2006
  • 30 Jan 2005: MFC/C++ Dec 2004

 

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GeneralDeclaring an Interop Struct that contains a character array. PinmemberLim Bio Liong8-Jan-11 4:04 
GeneralCOM SAFEARRAYs - How to use it in C# PinmemberLim Bio Liong25-Sep-10 13:25 
GeneralTroubleshooting Exceptions: System.BadImageFormatException PinmemberLim Bio Liong17-Sep-10 20:53 
GeneralCreating ActiveX Controls in an MFC Application PinmemberLim Bio Liong10-Jan-10 19:26 
GeneralCareful to allocate BSTRs using ::SysAllocString(). PinmemberLim Bio Liong31-Dec-09 19:08 
GeneralAbout X.509 Certificates PinmemberLim Bio Liong31-Dec-09 18:25 
GeneralSome General Points on Array Initialization Part 1 PinmemberLim Bio Liong22-Dec-09 20:25 
GeneralSome Comments on Copy Constructors PinmemberLim Bio Liong20-Dec-09 23:19 
A copy constructor is exactly what the name implies : a constructor for an object that is initialized as a copy of another object. In other words it is a constructor for making clones.
 
If A is a clone of another object B, it means that A should be an exact copy of B and so A should contain member data that are copies of the member data of B. If, in the destructor, any member data of A is destroyed, this must not affect the member data of B.
 
Programs that invoke copy constructors usually involve STL containers (e.g. vectors, maps, queues, etc). Containers contain clones of objects. Hence the need for copy constructors. This is known as copy semantics. Programs that involve copy semantics usually do not emphasize size efficiency.
GeneralDefault and Customized Constructors PinmemberLim Bio Liong20-Dec-09 22:54 
GeneralDefault and Customized Constructors (Part 2) PinmemberLim Bio Liong20-Dec-09 23:16 
GeneralGeneric Test HTML Code For Testing ActiveX Objects PinmemberLim Bio Liong19-Dec-09 14:05 
GeneralEnsuring a Safe ActiveX Object to be used inside a Web Page PinmemberLim Bio Liong19-Dec-09 14:02 
GeneralCOM Objects that are created via <object> tags</object> PinmemberLim Bio Liong19-Dec-09 13:59 
GeneralInternet Explorer with Tabs : Debugging a COM Object or an ActiveX inside a Web Page [modified] PinmemberLim Bio Liong19-Dec-09 13:23 
GeneralThe Significance of the "CLSID:" Symbol for the OBJECT Tag's CLASSID Attribute PinmemberLim Bio Liong8-Dec-09 23:24 
GeneralCool use of the #import inject_statement() attribute PinmemberLim Bio Liong4-Dec-09 0:29 
GeneralFailure of javascript usage of MFC ActiveX Control - Part 1 PinmemberLim Bio Liong3-Dec-09 16:31 
GeneralFailure of javascript usage of MFC ActiveX Control - Part 2 PinmemberLim Bio Liong3-Dec-09 16:33 
GeneralFailure of javascript usage of MFC ActiveX Control - Part 3 PinmemberLim Bio Liong3-Dec-09 16:35 
GeneralFailure of javascript usage of MFC ActiveX Control - Part 4 PinmemberLim Bio Liong3-Dec-09 16:36 
GeneralInteresting Info On delete and delete [] PinmemberLim Bio Liong25-Nov-09 17:27 
GeneralInteresting Problem Related to a Temporary VARIANT - Personal Findings - Part 1 PinmemberLim Bio Liong12-Aug-09 22:41 
GeneralTwo Ways To Reference External Types Into An IDL. PinmemberLim Bio Liong16-Jun-09 1:11 
GeneralThe Interface Map of CCmdTarget. PinmemberLim Bio Liong6-May-09 20:52 
GeneralHandling COM Events in an MFC Client. [modified] PinmemberLim Bio Liong6-May-09 20:28 

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