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Posted 26 Nov 2009

C++ Delegates and Borland's C++ Builder Event Handling - Part II

, 26 Nov 2009 CPOL
Describes how Borland smartly used its keyword __closure to handle events
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Mohammad Nasim
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Mohammad Nasim is a computer programmer. He holds a BSc. degree of Pure Mathematics and Computer Science at department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Al-Azhar University. Cairo, Egypt. During his study he worked as a network troubleshooter at Information Systems and Networking Unit –ISNU-, at Al-Azhar University. Also he worked as a tester at ISNU to help test/debug programs produced there.

As a programmer, he has contributed in two projects.
In the first project, he contributed by some mathematical calculations and debugging of a software that gets the stem and pattern of Arabic words.
In the second project, he has contributed in developing a SudokuSolver software that can generate/solve given Sudoku puzzle. This project didn't use BackTacking as a method of thinking. Instead it used a lot of searching strategies and logic to solve and generate an infinite number of uniquely solvable puzzles each has a unique solution.

Currently, he is working as an instructor for CCNA and C++.

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