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  1. The 2014 edition was published in the middle of...

    The 2014 edition was published in the middle of the Windows 8/8.1 era, and Windows 10 can be thought of as a superset of windows 8.1, in terms of APIs, so I'd say it's probably still somewhat...
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    I'd imagine a good way that license keys might...

    I'd imagine a good way that license keys might work would be to generate a cryptographic signature, using a private RSA key, then use the corresponding public key in the application to verify that...
  3. Are you writing an operating system or device...

    Are you writing an operating system or device driver? If not, you need not concern yourself with this.
  4. Thread: С++ obfuscator

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    Yes, but you won't know their names, such as...

    Yes, but you won't know their names, such as printf(), etc.

    In a lot of C++ code, standard library implementations are heavily dependent upon templates, and a good optimizing compiler will do away...
  5. Thread: С++ obfuscator

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    It is not possible to recover the original source...

    It is not possible to recover the original source code from a compiled C++ program, especially one built with optimizations enabled. End of story. Not possible.

    It is possible to generate...
  6. So C++ is not a good language because you don't...

    So C++ is not a good language because you don't know how to write it?
  7. C++ isn't really a scripting language, and as a...

    C++ isn't really a scripting language, and as a result, a C++ program is almost never referred to as a script.

    With that being said, one of the programs I'm most proud of is my code generator,...
  8. Visual Studio Code and Atom are both great text...

    Visual Studio Code and Atom are both great text editors, designed with programming in mind, and they're both available for mac.
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    FLTK and wxWidgets are also reasonably popular...

    FLTK and wxWidgets are also reasonably popular choices.
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    emit is a keyword that the QMake program...

    emit is a keyword that the QMake program understands. the C++ compiler sees it as an empty #define macro. Behind the scenes, it's just calling changed(), so I think it's probably safe for you to do...
  11. ODBC is still more-or-less the standard way to do...

    ODBC is still more-or-less the standard way to do it. Each RDBMS vendor offers their own native client library, but ODBC is the more universal, portable way.
  12. You should avoid using global function names,...

    You should avoid using global function names, such as 'read' and 'write' as variable names. It might not break anything, but it could potentially produce compiler errors that are difficult to...
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    Nobody here is going to do your homework for you....

    Nobody here is going to do your homework for you. Write your best attempt, and post it here. Then people can see what you're struggling with, and provide real help.
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    Why don't you take your best guess, and explain...

    Why don't you take your best guess, and explain what you think happens, then let us help you with the parts you don't know.
  15. My understanding is that this is happening to a...

    My understanding is that this is happening to a lot of people recently.
  16. maybe you didn't give them enough bribe money

    maybe you didn't give them enough bribe money
  17. Thread: SHA1 hash in C

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    In the same way that the C standard library does...

    In the same way that the C standard library does more than you need, most of the time. It's unreasonable to expect to use all, or even a majority of a particular library's functionality in any given...
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    You should also avoid using global variables. If...

    You should also avoid using global variables. If there is a game state, you should pass it around as a parameter to your functions. You should also avoid using non-descriptive variable names like...
  19. Thread: SHA1 hash in C

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    It might not matter for your project, but if...

    It might not matter for your project, but if security is of any concern at all, SHA1 is the wrong tool for the job.
  20. Thread: Visual C++

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    What version of Visual C++? Also, Delphi? Does...

    What version of Visual C++? Also, Delphi? Does anyone even use that anymore?
  21. Do you understand the meaning of boolean logic...

    Do you understand the meaning of boolean logic operators? If they're quizzing you about it, they must have mentioned it at some point in the course thus far.
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    look into using http::string_body instead of...

    look into using http::string_body instead of http::file_body as the response body type.
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    The author of Beast hangs out on the official C++...

    The author of Beast hangs out on the official C++ slack, where he is a very active user. You can sign up here Join Cpplang on Slack!
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    Boost 1.66 introduced the Beast library, which...

    Boost 1.66 introduced the Beast library, which handles all the boilerplate of HTTP connections. You hand off an established TCP or SSL connection to it, and it handles the rest.
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    Incorrect. Header files generally declare...

    Incorrect. Header files generally declare functions that exist in some library. If they were defined in the header, and you had multiple source files that included that header, you'd end up with...
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