Advanced C++: programming styles and idioms by James O. Coplien

By James O. Coplien

Assuming a backgound in C++ fundamentals, this booklet is helping programmers to strengthen their programming services by means of giving a suppose for the kinds and idioms of the language. The method is geared up round the abstractions that C++ helps: abstracts facts varieties, combining kinds in inheritance. The ebook additionally explores idioms that thte middle of the C++ language doesn't aid at once, akin to digital constructors, prototype items, and complex rubbish assortment innovations.

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These endpoints may be more general than TCP or UDP sockets, for example, they can be Windows named pipes. A multiservice server can yield the following benefits: • It can reduce OS resource consumption by spawning servers on demand. • It simplifies server development and reuses common code by automatically daemonizing a server process (described in Sidebar 5), initializing transport endpoints, monitoring ports, and demultiplexing/dispatching client requests to service handlers. 35 36 • It can allow external services to be updated without modifying existing source code or terminating running server processes.

37 38 Dynamically named services defer the association of a service name with the object code that implements the service. Code therefore needn't be identified nor even be written, compiled, and linked until an application begins executing the corresponding service at run time. A common example of dynamic naming is demonstrated by INETD's handling of TELNET, which is an external service. conf configuration file and sending the SIGHUP signal to the INETD process. conf and dynamically rebinds the services it offers to their new executables.

It's often hard to determine the processing characteristics of application services in advance since workloads can vary considerably at run time. It may therefore be necessary to use dynamic configuration to support load balancing techniques [OOS01] and system partitionings that locate application services on different host machines throughout a network. For example, developers may have the opportunity to collocate or distribute certain services, such as image processing, on either side of a client/server boundary.

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