[ubuntu-za] I need to teach C++ programming on Linux rather than on windows
hilton.gibson at gmail.com
Mon Nov 5 07:44:57 UTC 2012
That stuff looks Greek to me.
On 5 November 2012 09:01, Charl Wentzel <charl.wentzel at vodamail.co.za>wrote:
> On 05/11/2012 08:22, Nico Michael wrote:
> When I tried to do a Multiple Inheritance example the wheels fell off at
> the deceleration stage
> class FighterJet : public MilitaryAirCraft, public Weapons
> Hi Nico
> As far as multiple inheritance goes, here's an extract from my code:
> class TEventBufferTemp : public TEventBuffer, protected TBuffer
> virtual ~TEventBufferTemp();
> // Initialisation
> virtual bool InitBuffer();
> // Buffering
> virtual bool AddEvent( TEventEntry * Event, unsigned
> int EventNo = 0 );
> virtual TEventEntry * GetNextEvent( bool &Error );
> virtual bool ClearLastEvent( bool FreeEvent );
> virtual bool DestroyEntry( void ** Entry );
> What you have done seems perfectly correct. Is this the declaration? Can
> you give me a bit more of the code?
> I only do C++ with Linux using the gcc/g++ compiler and would gladly help
> you with getting things going. I'm am however a fan of CMake and Eclipse,
> which nicely integrates a lot of tools for the major part of my
> development. But sometimes I need to build things from the very bottom
> including creating make files, compiling and linking manually. If you want
> to teach a course and want to provide a good bottom-up understanding, I
> suggest you consider starting there.
> Contact me off list, then we can chat.
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