Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 14th Nov 2005 06:11 UTC
Linux Making effective use of shared memory in high-level languages such as C++ is not straightforward, but it is possible to overcome the inherent difficulties. This article describes, and includes sample code for, two C++ design patterns that use shared memory on Linux in interesting ways and open the door for more efficient interprocess communication.
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RE[2]: Weird Codingstyle
by japail on Mon 14th Nov 2005 20:17 UTC in reply to "RE: Weird Codingstyle"
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He was referring to that particular usage of the commutativity of pointer equality. The C++ standard specifically defines 0 as the null pointer constant. So does the C99 standard IIRC.

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