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Associated article: Advanced Object-Oriented Features for C/C++

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Published source code accompanying the article by Blake McBride in which he presents Dynace, a development tool that to C or C++ object-oriented capabilities previously only available in languages such as Smalltalk and CLOS--but without the overhead normally associated with those environments. See the subdirectory DYN401 for uncompressed source code and related files, and DYN401.ZIP for compressed versions.

					_Advanced Object-Oriented Features for C/C++_
by Blake McBride

Example 1: 

defclass  Person  {  /* Define class */
    char    name[30];  /* Private instance variables */
    int     age;
    int     numberOfPeople; /* Private class variables */
imeth   SetName(char *nm) { /* Define method */
    strcpy(name, nm);
    return self;
imeth   char *...							
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