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More articles by James Curran

Author Bio
Despite 20 years experience, membership in the ISO C++ Standardization Committee, and a publication history spanning more than half his life, James M. Curran just spent 5 months on unemployment, before finally landing a position is a Senior Programmer/Analyst for Aurora Software, Inc in NYC (two blocks away from a large hole which had a lot to do with not having a job in the first place). He can be reached at JamesCurran@mvps.org.
For C++ Zone | October 21, 2002
Though Windows allows you direct access to performance data, using the native C API is unwieldy. James Curran explains a few C++ techniques to help make it more manageable.
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