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C++: Write Faster Code with the Modern Language Features of Visual C++ 2005

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The next version of Visual C++ has a new syntax that is both elegant and powerful. It has new optimization technology that has improved the speed of Microsoft. It has new compilation modes that ensure Common Language Infrastructure compliance and verifiability for the .NET Framework, and it has new models for interop. In this article Stephen Toub explains these and other improvements to Visual C++.

Stephen Toub

MSDN Magazine May 2004

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