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Small C++ lib includes container types with auto memory management

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My purpose is to create relatively small but functional library, that implements commonly used data structures like smart pointers, arrays and matrices. These classes should (if it's possible) look like 'normal' pointers or arrays but also should realize simple memory managemnets with reference counting and some additional functionality.
I'm going to create lite-weight and handy interface for some scientific and engineering calculations instead of some monsters like MATLAB or etc. I'm not pretending for create something enormous and mega cool, but I'm trying to create lib for my special tasks.
So, if you are interested then welcome to evaluate it and add your remarks.

P.s. Sorry for my English, if something wrong.

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Languages

English, Russian

Intended Audience

Education, Engineering

User Interface

Console/Terminal

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-09-23

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