|Journal of C Language Translation, Dec 94 email@example.com (1995-02-21)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (John Levine)|
|Date:||Tue, 21 Feb 1995 05:34:24 GMT|
The rather tardy December issue of the Journal of C Language Translation,
which I edit and publish in my spare time when I'm not doing
comp.compilers, is finally in the mail. The JCLT addresses topics of
interest to C and C++ compiler designers and writers, library writers, and
other producers of C tools. The JCLT is printed on old-fashioned paper
and costs money; for subscription info send a note to email@example.com.
We're always looking for people to write articles, and have even been
known to pay small amounts of money. You can FTP author guidelines from
iecc.com:pub/jclt, or send me mail.
Table of Contents for the December issue, Volume 6, Number 2:
8. What's in a Byte? --- P.J. Plauger
How C and C++ store scalar data
9. Standardizing C++: 1994 Part 2 --- John Micco
WG21+X3J16 continues to evolve the C++ language specification
10. C Standards Update --- Douglas A. Gwyn
Gwyn discusses recent progress on changes to the C Standard
11. NCEG Progress Report --- Linda Stanberry
NCEG works on their technical report and C9X
12. Management of Class Temporaries in C++ Translation Systems --- Kent G.
Budge, James S. Peery, Allen C. Robinson, and Michael K. Wong
The performance of C++ programs that use value classes currently leaves a
lot to be desired.
13. Why Compare} Dropped C++ --- T.B. Dinesh
A cautionary tale of C++
14. Miscellanea --- John Levine
The usual calendar of events, news, products, and services
John Levine, firstname.lastname@example.org
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