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C++98 with C99


Company: Microsoft

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    Version Reviewing: MSVC++ 14.0

    "Pre Move Semathics Patterns "

    by OriCpp on Dec 27, 2018 11:32 PM

    Summary:
    In some cases move semantics makes it hard to debug and understand code and data flow. Running some software development process. Using primitive C/C++ dialect may assist Identifying Parasite calls to default shallow copying and construction of classes structures and usage of Run Time ingredients in the software I retractor. C++98 is most helpful to trace in with debugging session without the difficulty of understanding the cryptic mangling of Lambda functions, C++11/14/17/20 and without the frustration from missing Debugging symbols for Microsoft Internal and IDE libraries and utilities (Closed Source). I fund it very useful specially building Boost (boost-asio HTTP server for example) and tracing in to understand problems in JavaSript - HTML - PHP Forms posting and getting from server side debugging. After fixing Shadow Parasites in C++98 I pass the code back to modern C++11/14/17/20 and connect with C#/CLI/CLR Javascript HTML PHP and everything works like a charm. p.s.: It is also most usefull to cross check the code with gdb over gcc/g++4.8.4 (the last non C++11 in Gnu compilers set) and Ubuntu 14.04/14.10 where it is the default C++ driver on core of the system and not require multiple C/C++ core drivers fiddling and complex integration .

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x = c(5,4,3,2,1)

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