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by Mikhail Semenov
This article shows that double-ended vector is much faster than std::deque and should be preferred.
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This code calculates square root of an integer on a few assembler code lines.
by Oscar-Tark
In this article, we will be looking at a more advanced version of a buffer overflow attack.
by Mikhail Semenov
This article proposes a mapping algorithm, called Segmented Map, which is almost as fast as Flat Map is random access and enumeration of elements and close to std::map in insertion of elements.

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This article proposes a mapping algorithm, called Segmented Map, which is almost as fast as Flat Map is random access and enumeration of elements and close to std::map in insertion of elements.

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10 Sep 2022 by Mikhail Semenov
This article shows that double-ended vector is much faster than std::deque and should be preferred.
27 May 2021 by Oscar-Tark
In this article, we will be looking at a more advanced version of a buffer overflow attack.
18 Sep 2022 by Mikhail Semenov
This article proposes a mapping algorithm, called Segmented Map, which is almost as fast as Flat Map is random access and enumeration of elements and close to std::map in insertion of elements.
29 Feb 2020 by Oscar-Tark
A basic formatted string exploit shows you how small errors in programming with the printf function can be a lethal weapon for hackers looking to compromise a system.
18 Sep 2017 by Shmuel Safonov
Creation a numeric library that calculates with quadruple floating-point precision and used from MSVC C/C++ code
8 Mar 2018 by Alex the Green Apple
C library defining string type and string manipulation functions
15 Nov 2022 by Steffen Ploetz
Is LINQ the right technology for processing large amounts of data in runtime-relevant environments?
24 May 2013 by Mikhail Semenov
This is an alternative for "Member Function Pointers and the Fastest Possible C++ Delegates"
5 May 2015 by Mikhail Semenov
Essential features in Visual C++ 11 and GCC 4.7.0: move, rvalue references, prvalues, xvalues, perfect forwarding.
24 Jul 2012 by Ryan Krage, Binfeng Yuan
Display Infobright/MySQL Database Statistics in C++
16 Jan 2013 by Ajay Vijayvargiya
Covering the nitty-gritties of C++ templates.
27 Aug 2014 by Bartlomiej Filipek
Several issues related to smart pointers that are worth knowing.
23 Mar 2015 by Mikhail Semenov
This articles proposes an implementation of a collection of constructs for writing loops in C++11, as an alternative to the standard C-style for-loop.
8 Jun 2014 by Bartlomiej Filipek
Flexible Particle System - Updaters
6 Jul 2018 by raddevus
Arduino: just say no to shields
3 Dec 2020 by Yuancai (Charlie) Ye
C++, C++20 Coroutine, Awaitable Object, co_await, Cross Platform Development and Non-blocking Socket Communication
11 Jan 2016 by Bartlomiej Filipek
Description of a simple performance timer that can be used to profile cpp code in your app