Click here to Skip to main content
15,942,847 members
Home / Discussions / C / C++ / MFC
   

C / C++ / MFC

 
GeneralRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
trønderen29-May-24 6:53
trønderen29-May-24 6:53 
GeneralRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
charlieg21-May-24 8:02
charlieg21-May-24 8:02 
AnswerRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
11917640 Member 21-May-24 22:09
11917640 Member 21-May-24 22:09 
GeneralRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
charlieg21-May-24 23:47
charlieg21-May-24 23:47 
GeneralRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
11917640 Member 22-May-24 0:00
11917640 Member 22-May-24 0:00 
GeneralRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
charlieg22-May-24 0:05
charlieg22-May-24 0:05 
AnswerRe: Okay, real C++ question - who makes use of the auto keyword? Pin
honey the codewitch13-Jun-24 12:43
mvahoney the codewitch13-Jun-24 12:43 
Questionmfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
charlieg17-May-24 7:21
charlieg17-May-24 7:21 
AnswerRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
Victor Nijegorodov17-May-24 7:39
Victor Nijegorodov17-May-24 7:39 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
charlieg17-May-24 7:56
charlieg17-May-24 7:56 
AnswerRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
RedDk17-May-24 9:39
RedDk17-May-24 9:39 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
charlieg17-May-24 10:51
charlieg17-May-24 10:51 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
RedDk17-May-24 11:11
RedDk17-May-24 11:11 
AnswerRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
Maximilien21-May-24 5:31
Maximilien21-May-24 5:31 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
charlieg21-May-24 5:51
charlieg21-May-24 5:51 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
Maximilien21-May-24 8:02
Maximilien21-May-24 8:02 
GeneralRe: mfc, vs2022 compatible? Pin
charlieg21-May-24 8:03
charlieg21-May-24 8:03 
QuestionC++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
HobbyProggy14-May-24 20:12
professionalHobbyProggy14-May-24 20:12 
AnswerRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
CPallini15-May-24 1:48
mveCPallini15-May-24 1:48 
This is really a broad topic.
I am only able to just write down few observations.

C++ language updates are not bug-fixes: they improve the language. If you are going to start from scratch a new project then using modern C++ is a real advantage. On the other hand, migrating an old big (working) project could be painful.

If you need a 64bit DLL, you colleague could probably build it without using newest C++ features. Maybe he can, at the same time, keep the existing 32bit DLL, two builds of the same code.

If Microsoft provides me the same functionality my mates code do, by no means I would continue using the latter.

Does the compatibility argument applies also to your .NET code? I mean, DLL compatibility with old OSs is useless if you cannot run the application on such systems.

My two cents.
"In testa che avete, Signor di Ceprano?"
-- Rigoletto

GeneralRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
HobbyProggy15-May-24 20:30
professionalHobbyProggy15-May-24 20:30 
GeneralRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
CPallini20-May-24 20:07
mveCPallini20-May-24 20:07 
AnswerRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
Maximilien15-May-24 2:03
Maximilien15-May-24 2:03 
GeneralRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
HobbyProggy15-May-24 20:37
professionalHobbyProggy15-May-24 20:37 
GeneralRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
k505415-May-24 5:38
mvek505415-May-24 5:38 
GeneralRe: C++ language updates / old C++ code Pin
HobbyProggy15-May-24 20:35
professionalHobbyProggy15-May-24 20:35 

General General    News News    Suggestion Suggestion    Question Question    Bug Bug    Answer Answer    Joke Joke    Praise Praise    Rant Rant    Admin Admin   

Use Ctrl+Left/Right to switch messages, Ctrl+Up/Down to switch threads, Ctrl+Shift+Left/Right to switch pages.