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Dynamic or static scoping in C++ and Smalltalk

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Hi all.
I have a question here.. what kind of scoping does C++ use?
and what kind does Smalltalk use?

I know smalltalk is a little bit old .. but any help would be
appreciated.

Dec 31 '06 #1
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SPECTACULAR wrote:
Hi all.
I have a question here.. what kind of scoping does C++ use?
and what kind does Smalltalk use?

I know smalltalk is a little bit old .. but any help would be
appreciated.
I have no clue as to what smalltalk does, I don't even know if smalltalk
uses the word "scope" in the same meaning as C++.

C++ always has static scoping. Scoping refers to the context of the
variable naming. It only has meaning at compile time.

C++ does have dynamic typing (or binding) at certain times. What
differs C++ from many other (more pure) Object Oriented languages
is that C++ inherently is STATIC typed/bound. You have to specifically
turn it on by declaring virtual functions.
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