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Circular Reference-proof ATL Object Collections

, 22 Sep 2003
Using ATL and STL to create collections of COM objects without circular references



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publicly available No 23-Sep-03 0:00 Available Nish Sivakumar


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Mick O'Neill
Software Developer Technology One
Australia Australia
Been programming for over 30 years, starting when I was 13 on DEC PDP 11 (back in the day of paper tape storage, and hex switch boot procedures). Got right into micro-computers from an early age, with machines like the Dick Smith Sorcerer and the CompuColor II. Started CP/M and MS-DOS programming in the mid 1980's. By the end of the '80's, I was just starting to get a good grip on OOP (Had Zortech C++ V1.0).
Got into ATL and COM programming early 2002. As a result, my gutter vocabulary has expanded, but it certainly keeps me off the streets. The last couple of years, I have been also getting into .NET, but still got a way to go there.
Still an old school programmer - I like to get my code as efficient as possible (Over the moon if I can knock out a few bytes, or speed up by a few cycles).

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