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How To Set Runtime Process Priority On Windows In A C++ App

How I can set runtime process priority on my Windows C++ application? Can I change the process priority level on runtime? May I apply specific process priorities in different actions? How can use full power of one of my CPU core or thread? How can I use maximum power of my CPU in efficient way? Let’s try to answer these questions.The C++ Builder VCL library has a lot of Windows specific…
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Easily Learn About Using Input And Output In C++ Programming

In general a developed applications, during it’s runtime, it do 3 actions; it gets inputs, do some logical algorithms and puts you outputs. If you read about Structure of C++ Programming Language, it is good to learn how input and output functions are used. How do I use Outputs in C++? In C++, cout object function is used with the << operator, direction of arrows shows the…
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Unicode Strings in C++ On Windows

Unicode standard for UnicodeString provides a unique number for every character (8, 16 or 32 bits) more than ASCII (8 bits) characters. UnicodeStrings are being used widely because of support to languages world wide and emojis. In modern C++ nowadays there are two types of strings used; array of chars (char strings) and UnicodeStrings (WideStrings and AnsiStrings are older, not compatible with…
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Learn About Using Right Angle Brackets In This C++11 Feature For Windows Development

In the Clang-enhanced C++ compilers, two consecutive right angle brackets no longer generate an error, and these constructions are treated according to the C++11 standard. C++03’s parser defines “>>” as the right shift operator or stream extraction operator in all cases. However, with nested template declarations, there is a tendency for the programmer to neglect to place a…
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