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C++ at Work: Persisting View State Update, Using Managed Extensions in a DLL

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This month marks the 11th anniversary of my column and the inauguration of a new title: C++ At Work. We're also adding a new bimonthly column, "Pure C++," by my pal Stan Lippman, one of the great C++ Masters.

Paul DiLascia

MSDN Magazine February 2005

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