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Why I use explicit interface implementation as a default implementation technique

, 28 May 2012
EIMIs turn to be very useful in refactoring. I will try to prove it here. If you are working with large code bases, as I often do, this article is worth reading.
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Mamasha Knows
Chief Technology Officer Cpp2Mtl Integration Solutions
United States United States
My real name is Reuven Bass. My first article here was published under the Mamasha Knows pseudonym. It worked. So, I stay with Mamasha for a while. (If it works - do not touch it)
 
Programming became my life from thirteen. I love coding. I love beauty. I always try to combine coding and beauty.
 
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