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Using HP C++ for Tru64 UNIX and Linux Alpha


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Appendix A
Appendix A Class Library Restrictions
Appendix B
Appendix B Built-In Functions
Appendix C
Appendix C Third Degree Messages
Index
Index
Examples
9-1 Switching Between C++ and C Debugging Modes
9-2 Setting the Class Scope
9-3 Displaying Class Information
9-4 Displaying Object Information
9-5 Printing Information on a Derived Class
9-6 Resolving References to Objects of Multiple Inherited Classes
9-7 Resolving Overloaded Functions by Selection Menu
9-8 Resolving Overloaded Functions by Type Signature
9-9 Setting Breakpoints in Member Functions
9-10 Setting Breakpoints in Virtual Member Functions
9-11 Setting Breakpoints in Member Functions for a Specific Object
9-12 Setting Breakpoints in Specific Overloaded Functions
9-13 Setting Breakpoints in All Versions of an Overloaded Function
9-14 Setting Breakpoints in Overloaded Functions by Line Number
9-15 Setting Breakpoints in Constructors
9-16 Setting Breakpoints in Destructors
9-17 Calling an Overloaded Function
9-18 Using a Cast to Perform Data Coercion
9-19 Using Casts on a Derived Class Object
9-20 Using a Cast with Pointer Notation to Perform a Type Transfer
9-21 Using a Cast with Reference Type Notation to Perform a Type Transfer
9-22 Example of a Function Template
9-23 Setting a Breakpoint in the Template Function
9-24 Displaying the Current Function Context for a Function Template
9-25 Displaying an Instantiated Class Template
9-26 Displaying an Instantiated Class Template
9-27 Setting Breakpoints in an Instantiated Class Function
9-28 Setting Current Class Scope to an Instantiated Class
9-29 Alternate Method of Setting Current Class Scope
9-30 Setting Breakpoints in Exception Handlers
9-31 Printing a Class Description in Verbose Mode
9-32 Printing Base Pointer Information
9-33 Printing a Stack Trace in Verbose Mode
Figures
9-1 A Stack Trace Displaying a Member Function
Tables
1 Conventions Used in this Manual
2-1 Standard Macro Names
2-2 System Identification Macro Names
2-3 Other Predefined Macro Names
2-4 Language Dialect Macro Names
2-5 Implementation Compatibility Macro Names
2-6 __DECC_VER Version-Type Encodings

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