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5 Great Tips For C++ Programmers On LearnCPlusPlus.org

Hello C++ Developers, LearnCPlusPlus.orgis packed full of great articles for professionals and beginners alike. There are loads of things on new, modern C++ topics to speed up your applications and to make them look visually stunning with an updated, modern look in just a few simple steps. Today we picked up posts that focus on those learning to get to grips with the wonderful C++…
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Everything You Need To Know About Docker And More

The trouble with many lines of business applications is that they often have a habit of wanting solitary ownership of the computer on which they are running. On your personal PC, this is relatively harmless; you’re usually single-tasking, focusing on that application, and working with the data and functionality it provides. Resource consumption, such as storage, is fairly easy to monitor and…
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What You Need For C++ Artificial Intelligence Step By Step

Hello C++ Developers, This week we released new posts about very basic introduction level AI technologies inLearnCPlusPlus.orgfor professionals and beginners. In these articles, we try to explain how AI works at the programming level and how you can develop your custom neuron models, network models, or your custom activation functions in C++. In recent decades, there have been rapid…
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Delphi 11 Alexandria Defines

As part of my recent DelphiCon 2021 session, Multi-Platform Explorations using Delphi, FMX, Feeds, REST and More, my example code needed to use IFDEFs for some of the uses statements, variable definitions and code. This blog post contains an example of the use of defines…
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What Are The Mistakes We Made In Creating Delphi Objects?

Practically every developer, even a newcomer in programming, can create and destroy objects correctly. A classic construction that is used in the majority of programs looks the following way: MyObject:= TMyClass.Create(); try {some code…} finally MyObject.Free; end; Yet, some time ago, there were a lot of discussions where to place object creation: before an exception handler or within…
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