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C++ references - not as safe as houses, but they can be optimal

, 18 Nov 2012
A brief excursion into practical contexts in which C++ references can be used effectively with discussion of the dangers in using them.
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john morrison leon
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Spain Spain
I love writing algorithms and creating infrastructures that solve problems and work with a lot of graphical visualisation if only to make sure that I can see it is all working properly. I do all of the serious work in C++.

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