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From: e...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu (Eben Moglen)
Newsgroups: comp.lang.perl
Subject: C++ classes for perl translation
Message-ID: <1991Dec30.053604.16866@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu>
Date: 30 Dec 91 05:36:04 GMT
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Does anyone have a collection of c++ classes to aid in translation of
perl into c?  All this reusability one keeps hearing about....  I want
the basics (a perl array, the associative array code taken out and
fashioned into a class, etc.) along with any higher order classes
people may have devised.  Thanks.

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From: lw...@netlabs.com (Larry Wall)
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Subject: Re: C++ classes for perl translation
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In article <1991Dec30.053604.16...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu> 
e...@cunixf.cc.columbia.edu (Eben Moglen) writes:
: Does anyone have a collection of c++ classes to aid in translation of
: perl into c?  All this reusability one keeps hearing about....  I want
: the basics (a perl array, the associative array code taken out and
: fashioned into a class, etc.) along with any higher order classes
: people may have devised.  Thanks.

The trouble is, to do it right, you really need class templates, and they
aren't generally available yet.

Larry

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