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Associated article: C++ Interfaces

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Published source code accompanying the article by Fred Wild in which he discusses "interfaces," which provide a convenient means of resolving the tension between what a class is and what it can do. Keeping interface and implementation separate in C++ programs keeps designs clean and fosters reuse. Also see CPPINTR.ZIP.

					C++ Interfaces
by Fred Wild


Listing One
interface MakeFries {
    BagOfFries transformPotatoIntoFries(Potato spud);
}
class Chef extends Person implements MakeFries {
    ...
    BagOfFries transformPotatoIntoFries(Potato spud) {
       ...
    }
}
class FrenchFryMaker extends Machine implements MakeFries {
    ...
    BagOfFries transformPotatoIntoFries(Potato spud) {
       ...
    }
}


Listing Two
class HasName {
    public:
        virtual string ...							
										
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