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First post using stackedit

Welcome to StackEdit! Hey! I’m your first Markdown document in StackEdit1. Don’t delete me, I’m very helpful! I can be recovered anyway in the Utils tab of the Settings dialog.
Documents StackEdit stores your documents in your browser, which means all your documents are automatically saved locally and are accessible offline!
Note:
StackEdit is accessible offline after the application has been loaded for the first time.Your local documents are not shared between different browsers or computers.Clearing your browser’s data may delete all your local documents! Make sure your documents are synchronized with Google Drive or Dropbox (check out the Synchronization section). Create a document The document panel is accessible using the button in the navigation bar. You can create a new document by clicking New document in the document panel.
Switch to another document All your local documents are listed in the document panel. You can switch from one to another by clicking a document in the li…

Efficient C++: Performance Programming Techniques, 1999

Editorial Reviews From the Inside Flap If you conducted an informal survey of software developers on the issue of C++ performance, you would undoubtedly find that the vast majority of them view performance issues as the Achilles' heel of an otherwise fine language. We have heard it repeatedly ever since C++ burst on the corporate scene: C++ is a poor choice for implementing performance-critical applications. In the mind of developers, this particular application domain was ruled by plain C and, occasionally, even assembly language.
As part of that software community we had the opportunity to watch that myth develop and gather steam. Years ago, we participated in the wave that embraced C++ with enthusiasm. All around us, many development projects plunged in headfirst. Some time later, software solutions implemented in C++ began rolling out. Their performance was typically less than optimal, to put it gently. Enthusiasm over C++ in performance-critical domains h…