Till Oliver Knoll wrote:
> > I think I have to disagree here. The usage of a d pointer *does*
> > help
> > with keeping BC, as you can freely add and delete members from it
> > without affecting the signature of the class, or so I understood
> > from the documents
> Hmmm, I have never heard of such a "Signature of a class" thing. I
> know that methods have a signature (return type, type and number of
> arguments), but never heard of such a thing for a class. Therefore
> you might be right ;)
It's not a 'signature of a class', it's simply that the number and type of
data members determines the size of a class, i.e. how much memory an
instantiated object requires.
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