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Hello BonGGeek, hopefully you could help me with advice regarding some detailos of GC behaviour. Please let me explain the motivation (the problem background) first : For my NET CF application, I would like to implement cache of object used by User Interface; in this particular case cache of bitmaps which are created by loading and my custom-processing of PNG images.
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This chapter covers two topics: How to put comments in your code such that doxygen incorporates them in the documentation it generates. This is further detailed in the next section . Ways to structure the contents of a comment block such that the output looks good, as explained in section Anatomy of a comment block . A special comment block is a C or C++ style comment block with some additional markings, so doxygen knows it is a piece of structured text that needs to end up in the generated documentation.
A suite of eleven principles, conceived by people such as RobertCecilMartin , BertrandMeyer , BarbaraLiskov , etc. and compiled by RobertCecilMartin . There are six papers that describe all of these principles. They can be found in the resources section of http://www.objectmentor.com/ . The first four papers are named for the first four principles, the final papers cover the remaining two principles: "Granularity" and "Stability". There are five principles of class design (aka SOLID): There are three principles of package cohesion There are three principles of package coupling -- RobertCecilMartin 19990907 Other OoDesignPrinciples :