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Compilation of OOP features

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I want some detail of how actually compilation of a C++ programming
features is done like Class, Object, Inheritence, Polymorphism

If any one has any book or paper related to this .......please help me

Sep 30 '06 #1
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"bhanu" <bh*************@gmail.comwrites:
I want some detail of how actually compilation of a C++ programming
features is done like Class, Object, Inheritence, Polymorphism
I take this to mean how these features are implemented on most
platforms. If that's what you're interested in, as far as I know,
`Inside the C++ object model' is still the book to recommend
here. It's quite dated, but covers the basics.

Regards,

Jens
Sep 30 '06 #2

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bhanu wrote:
I want some detail of how actually compilation of a C++ programming
features is done like Class, Object, Inheritence, Polymorphism

If any one has any book or paper related to this .......please help me
/Inside the C++ Object Model/ by Stanley Lippman comes to mind.

Google for that or "vtable".

What will you do with the answers

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Sep 30 '06 #3

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Phlip wrote:
/Inside the C++ Object Model/ by Stanley Lippman comes to mind.
I have seen that book, but I want to know what compiler actually
interpret when a class is declared,how compiller recognizes class,how
it create object.
How compiler resolve nested class,member funtion
call,inheritence(single and multiple) etc.
I am not getting references which talk about these things.

Bhanu

Oct 1 '06 #4

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bhanu wrote:
Phlip wrote:
/Inside the C++ Object Model/ by Stanley Lippman comes to mind.

I have seen that book, but I want to know what compiler actually
interpret when a class is declared,how compiller recognizes class,how
it create object.
How compiler resolve nested class,member funtion
call,inheritence(single and multiple) etc.
I am not getting references which talk about these things.
you mean how a compiler works? The dragon book?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princip...ompiler_Design

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Nick Keighley

Oct 2 '06 #5

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Nick Keighley wrote:
you mean how a compiler works? The dragon book?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Princip...ompiler_Design

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Nick Keighley

But that book does not contain any information on compilation of object
oriented features like class, inheritence etc

Oct 3 '06 #6

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