I have some interesting learning’s. As I have struggled with this updated Microsoft language called Visual C++, it became a big time waster for me so I dumped it to go back to C#. Here is my experience with it:
Dear Microsoft: WTF did you do with this dogs breakfast known as Visual C++? I would rather bang my head against a brick wall
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