Archiv des Autors: oliverfunke

C++17: initializers in if-statement and switch-statement

With C++17 it is possible to initialize a variable inside an if-statement and a switch-statement. We already know and use this concept in the for-statement. To be honest: I don’t like this feature. Within this article I want to introduce … Weiterlesen

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Name hiding in inheritance

The C++ name hiding rules for variables are well known by software developers. In contrast, name hiding in inheritance sometimes leads to issues although it follows the same rules. Such issues are therefore not a result of the rules but … Weiterlesen

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Expression Bodied Members in C# 7

The concept of Expression Bodied Members (EBM) was introduced with C# 6 and as it becomes popular, many enhancements were added with C# 7. Within this article I want to give you the full picture of this feature so I … Weiterlesen

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C# Array indexer vs. List indexer

The C# CLR contains a lot of nice collection classes. They are optimized for their individual use case. But from a common perspective they all have the same behavior we expect from a collection. But there is one exception from … Weiterlesen

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Object Instance Creation

Whenever you write an application in C++ you will create a lot of object instances. So, this is a base development task. C++ offers several ways to initialize variables. These are not just syntactical variations for the same task. The … Weiterlesen

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ctor types in C++

In C++ you will find several ways to initialize an object instance. For example, think about a class “MyClass” which can be constructed with a parameter. The object initialization can be done in several ways: MyClass x{y}; MyClass x(y); MyClass … Weiterlesen

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Discard of return values and out parameters in C# 7

C# 7 allows to discard return values and out parameters. The underscore character is used as wildcard for these not required values. The following source code shows an example of a function call where the caller wants to ignore the … Weiterlesen

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