Fishing for a CS Masters Thesis Topic
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Tue Jul 3 15:08:51 UTC 2007
On 22/06/07, Bergel, Alexandre <bergel at iam.unibe.ch> wrote:
> > another great limitation of C, like in other strictly typed languages,
> > is inability to construct a calls to a dynamically prototyped function
> > at runtime and lack of of type info.
> > Even templates in C++ doesn't solve this problem - you still need to
> > know all the types of function parameters at compile time, and there's
> > no ways to construct and call them at runtime.
> Would you mind to elaborate on this?
> Do you mean having a kind of perform: in a statically typed language ?
Yes, a kind of #perform: . See, how FFI implemented , see how bindings
implemented in C++ boost library.. this is overkill for such simple
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