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Posted 6 Feb 2003

Order MFC array with qsort()

, 6 Feb 2003 CPOL
How to order an MFC array using standard function qsort().

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Luca Basso Ricci
Software Developer (Senior)
Italy Italy
I had interest in C/C++ during high school, I'm working as developer since 1998.

2016-Now : I'm working on a basic debugger for DSL using JDI.

2014-2016: Small project focused on XBRL files production.
Built a stand-alone engine for XBRL.
Engine is capable to parse XBRL taxonomies and read/write XBRL instance files.

2010-2014: I have worked on a data conversion program from legacy system software heavly based on SQL/Hibernate/Spring written in Java.
Advanced use of Spring framework and its built-in aspect programming.
This program was thought and written from scratch only by me,so I was involved not only as developer but also as architect.

2009-2010 : Worked on a CASE suite used to create tax programs based on data models and DSL.
I had a deep experience about application engineering and embedded DSL creation with ANTLR (as part of a CASE suite used to create tax programs based on data models).

2004-2009 : Worked as web developer with Java/Hibernate/Spring for server side and JSP/CSS/Prototype on client side.

1998-2004 : I started with C++/MFC for various client application.
MS/Access and SQLServer for data storage and COM for modules inter-operability.

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