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Using C++ Class Libraries from an Interpreted Language

By Wolfgang Heidrich, Philipp Slusallek and Hans-peter Seidel

Abstract

The use of object-oriented programming, and C++ in particular, to build reusable class libraries has proven to be a very successful programming technique. However, the flexible composition of class libraries to create application programs has received little focus. In this paper we present a tool, that automatically maps a C++ class hierarchy to an equivalent hierarchy in an interpreted language. Using an interpreted language o#ers the programmer more flexibility when composing applications from existing class libraries

Year: 1994
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