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Random (mostly technical) braindumps by some guy known as “ikke”, “eikke” or maybe “Nicolas”. Read it if you like it, ignore it if you don’t.

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  1. Javier Ruiz says

    Many thanks for the thorough example on using C++ classes in C (found in the old blog).
    I was stuck trying to call a bunch of C++ classes from IDL, and your explanation has put me on the right track.

    All the best,
    Javier Ruiz

    ps I could not leave a reply in the original post, so I came here…

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