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Paul Jakma writes:
>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
Not really subclassing though, in the supported-in-the-language sense.
That's more hacking^Wlayering OO semantics on top of a C struct using a
defined function and macro API to deal with it. ;)
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