From: Larry Evans (cppljevans_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-02-26 13:04:19
On 02/25/2004 10:22 PM, Brian McNamara wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 25, 2004 at 12:24:40PM -0500, Brian McNamara wrote:
>>A lot of this discussion may be "too abstract" to be useful. To make
>>things more concrete, in a little while I will post a short example
>>illustrating some differences of how the paradigms deal with data and
> Ok, as promised...
Maybe an advantage of FC++ over other libraries could be illustrated
with a truly functional program written in lisp. For example,
as I mentioned in:
, it seemed to me that FC++ would be ideal for doing what was described
in the article mentioned. This is because the dynamic inheritance was
expressed using lisp. I've attempted to do this in c++ in code located
, but I was hoping FC++ could maybe do better. One problem (maybe not
too big of a problem) with the regexp_first code is that there's a
pointer from subtype to supertype and back (more memory) and the
virtual functions in supertype must be delegated to in the subtype
(more programmer time).
I don't know if FC++ can improve on that, but I'd like to see if it
can. Brian, do you have any ideas on how to do it better in FC++?
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