cs31 lecture 17

X the same header can be included multiple times the

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Unformatted text preview: plementing the functions to be used The prototype of the functions to be used Adding some options to the compiler about the location of those 2 Adding items items 66 Creating a library x In a nutshell, a library is a set of functions (no ‘main()
’ In function)
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 x When creating a library, a collection of .cpp and .hh files When are created by the developer are x Each file can be compiled as a stand-alone unit (-c option Each in GCC)
 to get object code in x The object code files are then packed into a single archive x The developer ships archive + headers, and/or source + The headers headers 67 A few observations x If the prototype is missing, the compiler yields a warning If (not an error)
 with many compilers (not The missing prototype may be “replaced” with dummy int return The type and arguments type x If the function is used before the header is included, then If the above error arise (same as missing header)
 the x Multiple headers may define the same function: be careful! x The same header can be included multiple times The (recommend to correctly protect it)
 (recommend 68 Namespace x Namespaces roughly groups together functions under a Namespaces common name prefix common x Good programming habit: use a specific namespace for a Good library library x Be careful: multiple different namespaces can define the Be same function same 69 More on namespaces x Syntax for declaring a namespace and functions in it: namespace <name> { [fun...
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2014 for the course CS 31 taught by Professor Melkanoff during the Fall '00 term at UCLA.

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