Who uses Pascal? Part 2
cbfalconer at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 6 02:30:39 CEST 2005
Frank Heckenbach wrote:
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> If those library routines already exist and are written in C, then
> sure. And often it may make sense to write small C wrappers indeed
> -- e.g., I don't know what "CComplex" is -- C has no built-in
> complex type AFAIK, unlike Pascal, so it may be a user-defined type,
> and a conversion wrapper may be reasonable. For other types (e.g.
> `int' -> `CInteger') direct Pascal access to the library routines
> may be reasonable.
As of C99 C has a complex type, and can operate on them directly.
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