[antlr-interest] Help w/ Function Overloading

Sebastian Mies sebastian.mies at gmx.net
Tue Aug 9 06:32:04 PDT 2005

Hi Bryan,

if I understood you right, why don't you use somekind of vtable?
meaning that each signature of your functions has a particular index.
This is how it is done in c++, where each class has a vtable.
In-lining "virtual" functions is of course a problem - since you may
have a unknown class.
In this case class flattening might be a good choice.

Hope I did help more than confuse :-)


BE> Ahh.  Caffeine. 

BE> Thanks, Prashant.

BE> Perhaps I'm looking for something that doesn't exist because it is so
BE> obvious ;-)  Yes, I've already done that part.  The problem I'm having
BE> is more in resolving function calls, and in in-lining the functions --
BE> tieing arguments to parameters in the body of the function.

BE> On 8/9/05, Prashant Deva <prashant.deva at gmail.com> wrote:
>> When the function is actually called, first get the name and then
>> depending on the args put the call to the approrpiate function.
>> But i guess you already know this.
>> So what exactly are you looking for?

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