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A C++ Style of Intercepting Functions

, 12 Nov 2010 CPOL
This article is about detouring functions in a more safe C++ programming style.

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armagedescu
Software Developer Thomson Reuters
Moldova (Republic Of) Moldova (Republic Of)
I'm C/C++ developer since 1999.
My favorite language is C++ and my favorite programming environment is Microsoft Visual Studio.

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