October 5, 2005

Globalize and Localize Your “Avalon” Applications Using LocBaml

nternationalization of applications is something developers have been encouraged to do for years, though all-too-frequently it doesn’t get done. But the risks of not doing so are growing ever higher. The rapid maturation of the global marketplace means companies must increasingly look beyond their shores and venture into fast moving

Arrays of Functions

A pointer to a function refers to the memory address of the function. Just like arrays, the name of a function is the starting address of the function’s code. Here’s a function prototype that recieves a pointer to a function as one of its parameters: void update( employee [], int,