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Le 2000-12-04, [log in to unmask] écrivait :

> Interesting, especially as section 4.6 of the Ada 95 Rationale goes into some
> detail on how to implement Multiple Inheritance in Ada.

Yes. Approaches for the implementation of several variants of multiple
inheritance are also detailed in:

'Object-Oriented Programming and Reuse in Ada 9x', presented in the
tutorials of Tri-Ada '93 by Alfred Strohmeier, Stéphane Barbey and
Magnus Kempe.

Thomas.

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