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Signals and Slots for Library TR2



A callback is a mechanism by which a library can execute user-specified code to customize the operation of the library, e.g., by supplying operations that to be performed when elements are visited, to compare elements in a sorting routine, or to respond to asynchronous events such as information received over a network. There are various language facilities for callbacks in C++, including function pointers, member function pointers

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