"A foo walks into a bar," sed awk.
I have a renewed interest in C++ these days as I am rewriting parts of my existing code base. The first new article on C++ is this:
- A series on understanding STL headers
- Using C++ Member Functions with C Function Pointers
- Using self-registration for global C++ objects
Historically, quite a few of the tools you find on this website are written in C/C++, including my implementation of the ReiserFS file system for Windows and the original pserv.cpl. You'll also find useful hints for job security as a C/C++ programmer and programming language parsers...
Plus, you'll find build instructions for Open Source projects with Visual Studio, including OpenSSL, TCL/TK and of course Python
But seriously though
In the past few years I've come to like C# a lot, and you'll find this reflected in tools like REGDIFF; on the other hand, to this very day I find Java an abomination that makes sense only as another product in a legacy of failed products