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Is Functional Programming Going Mainstream?

Recent developments in the programming language world is indicating towards a wider acceptance of functional programming. It is not new, it has been actively used in the academia and in niche industries in form of languages like Lisp. But recently certain typical features of functional programming are available in the new-age general programming languages and are being added to the old ones. [Continue]

Resource Acquisition Is Initialization

This post has already been published on code::gallery blog which now has been merged into this blog. Software programs have to deal with resources (memory, files, mutexes, semaphores, database connections, …) that a computer provides. To be able to make sure that the resources are available to all the programs and optimally used, following steps are required to use a resource: Acquire a resource Use the resource Release the resource By acquiring and releasing the program stakes its claim to the resource. [Continue]

C++ Techniques FAQ

This post has already been published on code::gallery blog which now has been merged into this blog. Bjarne Stroustrup answers some of the frequently asked questions regarding C++ style and techniques. However, this is just an FAQ and should not be considered as replacements for books. [Continue]

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