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Posted 18 Feb 2011
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A Type-safe Generic Pointer

A safer alternative to void*, any_ptr can point to any type of object and provide type-safe, const-correct access to it.



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Besides loving spending time with family, Francis Xavier likes to watch sci-fi/fantasy/action/drama movies, listen to music, and play video-games. After being exposed to a few video-games, he developed an interest in computer programming. He currently holds a Bachelor's degree in Computer Applications.

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