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The power of STL

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I just wanted to say that until now I underestimated the power of STL. I've been using my custom structures for a few years, but now when I'm trying to incorporate Boost into my projects (specifically, Boost::Serialization) I've realized how powerful their design concepts are. Maps, list, vector, etc... They all have their respective use and they also present you with an enormous power of extensibility at the same time when being extremely simple to use. That's all I have to say about that.. :)

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1. "Thou shalt learn"
2. "Thou shaln't reinvent the wheel, unless thy conflicts with the Statement #1"
3. "Thou shall reuse while still follow Statement #2"

Aye. Now I understand the awesome power of reusable code concept. I will be using Boost for my next project, and I got to tell you, it HAS all I need.

Peace. Let's make history.

[Edited by - HellRiZZer on December 3, 2005 7:22:30 PM]

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