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Easy Binary Compatible Interfaces Across Compilers in C++ - Part 0 of n: Introduction and a Sneak Preview

, 30 Dec 2012 CPOL
The problem of using a C++ library compiled with Compiler A, from a program compiled with Compiler B has been a problem for a while. This is especially true on Windows where Visual C++ generally breaks binary compatibility from release to release.
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John Bandela
Software Developer self employed
United States United States
I started programming in Basic in the 4th grade. In 8th grade, I convinced my parents to buy me Visual C++ 1.0. I discovered I really enjoyed C++, and have been programming in it since. I attended the University of Florida and majored in Computer Science graduating with honors with a 4.0 GPA. I then attending Medical School and obtained my Doctor of Medicine degree.
 
I have used my computer skills to help me in my medical practice. I also enjoy programming in C++ just for fun, trying to discover new ways of solving problems or applying C++ to new areas. My latest interest has been in creating a component system for C++ allowing components created with 1 compiler to be easily used by another compiler.

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