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Old 18th December 2009
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Default Is anyone doing Object Oriented Programming with Plain Ol' C?

The very idea of using something as fast as C for OOP makes me very excited. I'm not talking about objective-c or C++. You can google "object oriented C" and there will be a pdf that pops up of a book, an article someone wrote explaining how to write C in an OOP way.

Since I'm basically an Action Script 3.0 programmer, I'm wondering have any one who programms in C tried using the OOP methods described?

And, how do you like it?
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