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AnswerRe: how to call a dll indipendent of path where it located in a system? Pinmemberjschell6-Nov-12 10:13 
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GeneralRe: how to call a dll indipendent of path where it located in a system? Pinmemberjschell7-Nov-12 8:51 
QuestionVery happy with C++11 Pinmember_Josh_5-Nov-12 17:33 
I've been using the auto keyword, lambdas and move constructors so far and all seems very cool. If the only thing they added was the auto keyword it would still be worth upgrading. This is just awesome...

auto it = someCollection.begin();

...but of course the downside is we now need cbegin() as well
AnswerRe: Very happy with C++11 PinmemberSarath C5-Nov-12 20:01 
AnswerRe: Very happy with C++11 PinmvpRichard MacCutchan5-Nov-12 23:25 
GeneralRe: Very happy with C++11 PinmemberJoe Woodbury6-Nov-12 8:32 
GeneralRe: Very happy with C++11 Pinmember_Josh_6-Nov-12 9:50 
GeneralRe: Very happy with C++11 PinmvpRichard MacCutchan6-Nov-12 22:27 
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