Building Portable C++ Applications with YACL

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Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1996 - Computers - 569 pages
Here is the first book on a general-purpose programming library which can be ported to multiple platforms with little effort. Portability is a serious challenge for C++. YACL is an application-centered class library toolkit of GUI and general purpose classes that makes portability a natural spin-off while providing high-level abstractions. Applications coded to use YACL's classes will run on any of the supported platforms with merely a recompilation. Highlights Provides a set of classes that presents a single high-level programming interface Describes how to operate YACL class library on five different platforms Renders complete platform independence of public class interfaces Maximizes reusability of the classes Source Code The current version of YACL code is available for anonymous ftp from . Also, a free disk is available; further details are noted inside the book. 0201832763B04062001

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Basic Concepts and Overview
Protocol for All Objects

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About M. A. Sridhar

M. A. Sridhar, Associate Professor of Computer Science at the University of South Carolina, maintains a strong interest in object-oriented development of large software systems and the design of algorithms. He has consulted extensively in the object-oriented development domain, working on design tasks in client-server software and developing the design of multi-platform graphics editing and markup packages. As part of his work Dr. Sridhar created YACL, a general purpose C++ portable library.


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