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Associated article: Examining CORBA Interoperability

Tags: C/C++          Mobile     Design    

Published source code accompanying the article by Eric Ironside, Letha Etzkorn, and David Zajac in which they present conclusions from a study of ORB interoperability and code portability to determine the feasibility of CORBA as an interoperable standard for both new and legacy code within mobile and/or embedded computing environments.

					Examining CORBA Interoperability 
by Eric Ironside, Letha Etzkorn, David Zajac

Listing One
module echomodule
{
  interface echo
  {
    string echostring(in string message);
  };
};


Listing Two
module echomodule
{
  interface echo
  {
    typedef sequence<float> FloatSeq;
    string echoseq(inout FloatSeq smsg);
  };
};


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