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    SubjectRe: C++ and the kernel
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    commence  Chris Friesen quotation:

    > "Richard B. Johnson" wrote:
    >> Making code "cleaner" is a matter of perspective.
    >>
    >> class A {
    >> public: void func(char *st) { cout << st << endl; }
    >> };
    >> using A::func;
    >> A a;
    >> a.func("Hello World!");
    >>
    >> Is not all that clean. In fact, I'm not sure I have it right. It's
    >> easier and clearer to write puts("Hello World!");
    >
    > Your example is needlessly complex, and I'm sure you know this. A more
    > realistic comparison would be:
    >
    > cout << "Hello World!\n";

    And of course standard libraries are not available in the kernel, so
    you'll most likely end up calling printk anyway in your C++ kernel
    code.

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