Posts Tagged c++

Matching error-prone sequences of numbers (e.g. time codes) to each other

Some form of events are common in most software systems. If those events are logged with a timestamp, you get an ordered number sequence (if the timestamp is interpreted as a number). Sometimes it is desirable to compare two logs to each other and evaluate how similar they are. E.g. two users want to determine […]

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Allow native C++ components to raise CLR events

Recently I was working on a project that was based on a native C++ library. The project’s GUI was a WPF application that communicated with the native lib via a managed C++/CLI bridge library that contained CLR wrapper classes for the native ones. One major concern was the ability of the native classes to raise […]

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