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Re: [cdt-dev] Silly question on CDT classes!

One is an internal, implementation class. The other is a public interface.


At 12:59 PM 6/29/2010, Figuer, Felipe A wrote:
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This may be a silly question but I bet you have the answer.
I have been playing with the CDT source writing some static checkers.
At some point while debugging I see the object class says for example CASTFunctionCallExpression.
I cast my _expression_ to that but I get a warning discouraging the use of CASTFunctionCallExpression so I use instead IASTFunctionCallExpression.
Therefore my question is what is the difference between C*_expression_ and I*_expression_.  They seem brothers to me.
Why is it discouraging?
Thanks in advance,
Felipe Antonio Martinez Figueroa.
+52 442 1030500 Ext.1249.
Delphi Electronics & Safety
Software Development Tools & Expert Synergy User & Suggestions Committee Leader
Queretaro Technical Center.
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Queretaro, Qro. CP 76127


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