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Strongly Typed Guid Classes

, 22 Mar 2004
Create strongly typed Guid classes by deriving (essentially) empty subclasses from a TypedGuid base class.

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Darius Z
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Darius Zakrzewski currently lives in Australia. He founded the Melbourne Patterns Group in 1999 and moderated it until the end of 2001. In 2000 he was a co-founder and conference chair of the Australian patterns conference series, KoalaPLoP. His interests include C++, C#, .NET, SQL, patterns, design, and Generative Programming. He can be reached at DariusZ at pobox dot com.

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