Summary

You should now have a working understanding of object-oriented programming, how it is implemented in C, and efficient ways of storing data. If you’re a bit unsure, don’t worry; some of these concepts are very complex. You will see plenty of examples of object-oriented design in the next chapter, in which I will introduce GTK+, the graphical user interface library used by Gaim and many other applications.

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Encapsulation Prefix Editing Shoe 

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© Sean Egan 2005

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