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This is the C++ Open Class Library (OCL) project ("cppocl")
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C++ portable library designed to be used on 32/64-bit operating systems, as a series of header files, which can be included separately, or all together as a complete library. Memory manipulation, file handling, data types, etc. visit cppocl.co.uk. The status of this library will only be kept up to date on cppocl.co.uk. I have abandoned using Source Forge for access to the source code, and am currently not making development of the library available for open source, although this might change in the future if there is any public demand or support. I will still be using Source Forge to view any comments posted, although to date there has been no interest shown to this project.
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