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This page is a top level directory of all Lua content at this wiki, grouped by topic.

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The Concurrency Runtime programming framework for C++ helps you write robust, scalable, and responsive parallel applications. It raises the level of abstraction so that you do not have to manage the infrastructure details that are related to concurrency. You can also use it to specify scheduling policies that meet the quality of service demands of your applications. The following documents can help you start working with the Concurrency Runtime.

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The Microsoft run-time library provides routines for programming for the Microsoft Windows operating system. These routines automate many common programming tasks that are not provided by the C and C++ languages.

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C++ metaprogramming--using templates to perform compile-time computation on types--is difficult for many reasons: Compile-time C++ is a pure functional language and templates are ill suited to write functional programs. However there is a pretty straightforward mapping between C++ metaprograms and Haskell programs. A complex template construct can be often easily understood when converted to Haskell. It's also easy to design C++ metaprograms by first implementing them in Haskell. There was a major problem in implementing this mapping for mixed compile-time/runtime constructs, which form the basis of Boost.Proto and Boost.Phoenix. It turns out that Haskell monads are the answer to this problem.

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Kyoto products and Tokyo products

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Why I (A/L)GPL

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Empirical approach to CMAKE

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This DOS batch guide brings structure into your DOS script by using real function like
constructs within a DOS batch file. It offers a DOS function collection, tutorials
and examples, plus a forum to discuss related topics.

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This page shows a emacs package that makes your emacs use a new shortcut set. This shortcut set is designed based on ergonomic principles, based on emacs command call statistics, similar to how Dvorak layout is designed.

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