anyone have visual studio 2008?

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    anyone have visual studio 2008?

    and does it support variadic templates?

    can't find it anywhere on the web, but i just got off the phone with someone who said it did. he said it was " on msdn somewhere". i can't find it anywhere in here: Templates

    yes i know gcc supports it, but using the borland VCL the MFC is a big advantage in creating GUIs. unless those crafty GNUs have created a similar crossplatform GUI library, that's prohibitively time consuming.

    thx

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    No, since the variadic templates feature is not expected to be supported by MSVC10 (MSVC9 is the compiler for Visual Studio 2008). Read this C++0x language feature checklist thread on another online community.
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    thx. my mistrust of sales people is yet again justified.

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    I dont know anything about the template, but I did get it off MSDN Software Alliance through my school.

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    Students can get it for free through Dreamspark (Professional version).
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    Quote Originally Posted by m37h0d View Post
    thx. my mistrust of sales people is yet again justified.
    I don't think most of them intentionally lie, I think they just don't know anything and hope for the best. I think too many of the kids today that want into sales are being taught that helping the customer is first in sales. Not true, understanding your product is first, if you don't understand the produc there is no way you can help the customer. I always try to trip up teh sales people, the first time they tell me an un-truth they lose teh sale. I would rather a sales person tell me they don't know than to tell me what they think I want to hear and waste my time with an insufficient product.
    Until you can build a working general purpose reprogrammable computer out of basic components from radio shack, you are not fit to call yourself a programmer in my presence. This is cwhizard, signing off.

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