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I am looking for resources on a C++ design pattern called Letter/Envelope.  It is similar to an auto-pointer with more functionality.  Any recommended books or links would be very helpful.
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This pattern (or idiom) is described in "Advanced C++ Programming Styles and Idioms" by James O. Coplien. If you need more info please add a comment and I'll try to expand.
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