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Mar 09 2011
How to make fewer errors at the stage of code writing. Part N1
Andrey Karpov
I've arrived at the source code of a widely know instant messenger Miranda IM. Together with various plugins, this is a rather large project whose size is about 950 thousand code lines in C and...
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Mar 01 2011
Knee-deep in C++ s... code
Andrey Karpov
Perhaps many of you know the site govnokod.ru. If not, I recommend those of you who think of themselves as programmers to visit it. Good mood is...
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Feb 13 2011
Is it reasonable to use the prefix increment operator ++it instead of postfix operator it++ for iterators?
Andrey Karpov
I decided to find out if there is practical sense in writing ++iterator instead of iterator++, when handling iterators. My interest in this question arose not from my love of art, but...
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Feb 10 2011
Why is it so hard to create a 64-bit version of an application?
Andrey Karpov
Unfortunately, despite the seeming simplicity, it is often not enough just to rebuild a 32-bit program for a 64-bit platform and fix compiler errors to provide assured operability of the...
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Feb 10 2011
What can I use instead of rundll32.exe to run 64-bit DLL?
Andrey Karpov
There are two versions of the rundll32.exe program in 64-bit versions of Windows-family operating systems: 64-bit version: %WinDir%\System32\rundll32.exe and 32-bit...
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Feb 10 2011
What can I use instead of "int 3" instruction in a 64-bit application?
Andrey Karpov
The 64-bit version of Visual C++ compiler does not support inline assembler, so you cannot write code like "__asm int 3". But there is one more, less known mechanism to create interrupts...
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Feb 10 2011
How can I find out in a 32-bit application what 64-bit processes are launched?
Andrey Karpov
Documented capabilities of WinAPI do not allow you to directly identify 64-bit processes from within a 32-bit program launched in a 64-bit Windows under WoW64. In general, reading of memory of...
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Feb 05 2011
How to check if a 64-bit project is being built in Visual Studio using #ifdef
Andrey Karpov
You may easily do it using #define preliminarily defined in the compiler. The following is the code that shows in what mode a project is being built – 32-bit mode or 64-bit mode (AMD64 or...
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Jan 27 2011
Intel IPP Samples for Windows - error correction
Andrey Karpov
This is one of my posts on how PVS-Studio makes programs safer. That is where and what types of errors it detects. This time it is samples demonstrating handling of the IPP 7.0 library...
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