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Re: Generic Data Structure Library in C

On Sun, 17 Dec 2000, Eray Ozkural (exa) wrote:

> In brief, you can't have the STL iterators/allocators/... in C because
> those are thought with the ability of C++ compiler to optimize out
> most of the code ;) 

So use a C++ compiler to compile your code.

> Neither you can have generic type-safe containers because C isn't a
> generic language. You have to keep void* pointers and node sizes,
> etc. The implementation should be more like java containers rather than
> STL I guess.

Just use the STL with your (otherwise) C code!



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