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27 Sep 1999 PlumHall Results Query Page
This application allows you to query for the results of the PlumHall C++ Validation Suite, Suite++(R), on Borland compilers.
John Ray Thomas Article
30 Sep 1999 Tracking the standard
ANSI's C++ committee continues to address inconsistencies and rough spots in the standard -- and you can help! By Steve Downey.
Steve Downey Article
6 Oct 1999 Summary of Borland C++Builder 4, Update1 ANSI/ISO compliance
This table shows the PlumHall conformance results on a per test directory basis.
John Ray Thomas Article
7 Oct 1999 Borland publishes Plum Hall conformance test results for Borland C++Builder 4
This paper describes the importance of published conformance test results for the Borland C++ compiler.
John Ray Thomas Article
5 Nov 1999 Pseudo-Incremental Linking for C/C++
Avoiding the headaches of long compile/link/run cycles by William A. Hoffman and Rupert W. Curwen, Dr. Dobb's Journal October 1999
David Intersimone Article
8 Nov 1999 C++ Structured Exception Handling
by Ruurd Pels
David Intersimone Article
8 Nov 1999 C++ Patterns and Trees: Separating Knowledge
by Ruurd Pels
David Intersimone Article
18 Nov 1999 Programming with concepts
The best way to understand the Standard Template Library -- the collections, iterators, and algorithms included in the Standard C++ library -- is in terms of the concepts that it employs. By Steve Downey.
Steve Downey Article
14 Dec 1999 Lost in chaos: Chronology of a failure
The ingredients for success were there: an enthusiastic and capable team, a competent manager and proper funding. So why was the project a disaster? From Software Development.
J.D. Hildebrand Article
15 Dec 1999 Richard Stallman: The Coder
Richard Stallman, the father of free software, visited the offices of LinuxCare. In an interview, Richard talks about the history of the Free Software Foundation and the future of GNU development.
David Intersimone Article
6 Jan 2000 Borland Game Programming Contest: Set the World on Fire
Borland announces a real contest with real prizes. The goal is to inspire the best programmers to step forward and show the world their talents!
Charles Calvert Article
18 Jan 2000 VCL++: Applying the Power of the VCL to C++ by Randy Haben
This article describes how C++ developers can take advantage of language extensions and innovations originally created for Delphi.
David Intersimone Article
2 Feb 2000 A Sip From The Firehose: The 15th International Obfuscated C Code Contest
Now's your chance to enter your most obscure and unreadable C code. The 15th contest started February 1st and runs through March 31st.
David Intersimone Article
13 Mar 2000 Announcing the March Programming Contest
The March programming contests for CBuilder, Delphi and JBuilder have been announced. Learn about the latest ways to win prizes by sharing your expertise in game and web programming.
Charles Calvert Article
5 Apr 2000 Code Style Tutorial by Scott Cross.
This article describes in detail how to code with good, solid consistant style. The document explains all the parts of creating good code style, including when and how to use comments, descriptive variables, and file documentation.
David Intersimone Article
25 Apr 2000 Resolving linker errors when using TMetafileCanvas
Fix for "Unresolved external" errors when using TMetafileCanvas. Involves updating the VCLE50.LIB file
CodeGear Article
7 Aug 2000 "Live at the Borland Conference" with Bruce Eckel Chat Transcript from July 11, 2000
Complete transcript from the live chat held on July 11, 2000 at the Borland Conference with noted C++ and Java expert and author, Bruce Eckel.
Christine Ellis Article
10 Aug 2000 Sip From The Firehose: August 9, 2000 - Do We Need Another Programming Language?
Microsoft recently introduced a new language called C#. More languages have appeared in recent years. Do we really need another programming language?
David Intersimone Article
25 Aug 2000 Sip From The Firehose: August 25, 2000 - Calling All Visual Basic Luminaries
We're looking for a few Visual Basic luminaries to help us help the millions of Visual Basic programmers take advantage of the programming opportunities on Linux.
David Intersimone Article
25 Aug 2000 Humor: The Evolution of a programmer
Someone mentioned this link on one of the newsgroups, and I'm sure most programmers out there will appreciate it.
John Kaster Article

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