On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Justin Mason wrote:
> Can you subclass a struct? I didn't think so.
sure you can, have a look at glib and GTK+. Eg just about everything
descends from GtkWidgets, so no matter what the widget at hand you
can apply the methods for GtkWidget to it.
Further, GtkWidget and just about everything else is a GObject, so
you can use GObject methods on just about everything too (eg
> Also another difference: classes are not supported in ANSI C ;)
not directly no. but anything another language can do, C can do. :)
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