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May 3, 4, 5, 2018

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What Is CPA (Cost Per Action)?

Cost per acquisition (CPA), also known as “Cost per action” or pay per acquisition (PPA) and cost per conversion, is an online advertising pricing model where the advertiser pays for a specified acquisition – for example a sale, click, or form submit (e.g., contact request, newsletter sign up, registration etc.). 135 more words

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InterOp Calling C++ from C#

For the demonstration I consider a Visual Studio 2017 Solution containing two projects,

  • One project containing C++ Code
  • Other project contain C# driving code doing the demonstrating interop…
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HTML rendering with OpenGL and C++

Peters stared through the iron bars. ‘Words,’ he barked, his chin dripping with saliva.

I cranked up my C++ Microsoft Visual Studio application (with the Oculus SDK for Windows and OpenGL graphics library) and added some words to a TV screen: 201 more words


Philippines Duterte Seeks Peace with CPP amid Horrible International Reputation

One of the recent goals of Jose Maria Sision has been the capitulation of the Philippine Revolution. Since Duterte announced his candidacy for President of the Philippines, he has been trying to enter into peace negotiations to surrender the revolutionary struggle. 481 more words


Philippine Maoist rebels reject preconditions for peace talks


MANILA (Reuters) – Philippine Communist guerrillas are willing to resume peace talks with the government after President Rodrigo Duterte revived the idea but reject any preconditions, their leader said on Thursday. 370 more words

Named Return Value


NRV = Named Return Value

Klass f() {
    Klass ret;
    return ret; // Named Return Value!


int indent = 0;

struct C {
    C() { cout << string(indent, '\t') << this << "::ctor" << endl; }
    ~C() { cout << string(indent, '\t') << this << "::dtor" << endl; }
    C(C const &c) { cout << string(indent,'\t') << this << "::cptor" << endl; }

struct Guard {
    Guard(string _msg):msg(_msg) { cout << string(indent, '\t') << msg << " {" << endl; ++indent; }
    ~Guard() { --indent; cout << string(indent, '\t') << "}" << endl; }

    string msg;

C f() {
    Guard _("f()");
    C c;
    return c;

int main() {
    Guard _("main()");
    C c = f();
    return 0;
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