Archiv des Autors: oliverfunke

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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Tuples in C# 7 (ValueTuple)

Within this article I want to give a short overview over the new Tuple features in C# 7. So far, we already had a Tuple class in C#.  But with the new one some technical details have changed and some … Weiterlesen

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Software Transactional Memory

One of the main challenges in multithreading applications is the access to shared memory. In case you have several software-components which want to read and write to shared memory you must synchronize these data access. The concept of Software Transactional … Weiterlesen

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std::atomic

Within multithreading applications even trivial functions like reading and writing values may create issues. The std::atomic template can be used in such situations. Within this article I want to give a short introduction into this topic.   Atomic operations Let’s … Weiterlesen

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