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FSM implementation

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Dear all,
I am bewildering how to implement FSM in C++. I'm a newbie to FSM
too(just got some idea after searching). There are also tools like FSM
editor/ State Machine compiler. But I just want to know much in detail
about implementing the state machines. Any pointers is really
appreciable one.

thanks
Wg

Jul 23 '05 #1
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WittyGuy wrote:
I am bewildering how to implement FSM in C++. I'm a newbie to FSM
too(just got some idea after searching). There are also tools like FSM
editor/ State Machine compiler. But I just want to know much in detail
about implementing the state machines. Any pointers is really
appreciable one.


First try to implement a small FSM with with if/else or switch
statements. Then (maybe) move to code generation tools.

Jul 23 '05 #2

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"WittyGuy" <wi**********@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Dear all,
I am bewildering how to implement FSM in C++. I'm a newbie to FSM
too(just got some idea after searching). There are also tools like FSM
editor/ State Machine compiler. But I just want to know much in detail
about implementing the state machines. Any pointers is really
appreciable one.


There is an FSM library that was recently approved for the boost library by
Andreas Huber. See the files section at www.boost.org.

Jeff Flinn
Jul 23 '05 #3

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Hi,
Any pointers/source for learning FSM implementation will be greatly
helpful.

thanks,
-Wg-

Aug 4 '05 #4

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