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Mutable and Data Caching

, 30 Oct 2012 CPOL
This blog post is going to be about the C++ keyword mutable, it is also going to go into using mutable for data caching.
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David Corne
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United Kingdom United Kingdom
I am a C++ developer with a strong interest in Python, C#, and Qt. I work on a native C++ application which uses COM to call C# in order to use a WPF GUI.
 
While I develop an application using WPF exclusivly for windows, I am a big linux user. My favourite distro at the moment is Linux Mint, and I love the delights of the command line,.
 
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