Advanced Topic - Doing it differently.

Chad Simmons polpak at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 8 06:40:41 New Zealand Standard Time 2005


--- Hiddukel <hiddukel at rebeldev.net> wrote:
> If you are trying to prove that D can do some things that C can't you don't
> need to, after all D is basically an extension of C and C++ so naturally it
> is going to extend the possibilities.  If it didn't then there would be
> absolutely no use for it.  I would like to see you write D code for dynamic
> class loading however, because even the D documentation admits that it can't
> do this but C# and Java can.


Yeah, you can dynamically load classes in C++ too, so long as the interface the
class uses is compiled into the non-dynamic code.

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