|Subject||RE: [IB-Architect] Re: New API -- Request for Comments|
|Author||Claudio Valderrama C.|
> -----Original Message-----Interface? This is a reserved word in Delphi, for example, where Borland
> From: Doug Chamberlin [mailto:dchamberlin@...]
> Sent: Martes 30 de Mayo de 2000 18:23
> Shouldn't Connection - and all the other purely abstract classes - be
> defined as interfaces? Or does C++ not have interfaces?
makes any modifications they want to the original Pascal language. C++ has
abstract classes, those that have only pure virtual functions and no data
defined. They serve the purpose of interfaces. Delphi supports the
"abstract" specification, etc. And I wouldn't force people to rely on BCB
for C++ proprietary extensions.