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Thunking in Win32: Simplifying Callbacks to Non-static Member Functions

, 22 Dec 2006 Apache
A quick introduction to thunking, as well as a demonstration of a simple library which does the work for us.

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einaros
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My name is Einar Otto Stangvik, and I'm a programmer based in Oslo, Norway. I mainly develop applications and software architectures targetting C++ on the Windows platform, but I have also got experience doing the same on Unix and Linux. The last few years I've used C# a lot, but native C++ is still my main focus.


As of July 2008, I'm a Microsoft MVP for Visual C++.


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