On Thu, 22 Jan 2004, Justin Mason wrote:
> Not really subclassing though, in the supported-in-the-language
In the sense that C provides you the scaffolding to implement
whatever you want, including whatever flavour of OO you want, it's
supported by the language.
In the sense that C doesnt have a bunch of predefined constructs in
the language, no, but hey.
> That's more hacking^Wlayering OO semantics on top of a C struct
> using a defined function and macro API to deal with it. ;)
Right, and its OO, so? :)
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