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Motif FAQ (Part 2 of 9)
Section - 22) I want to use C++ with Motif. Where can I find C++ examples?

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Motif 2.0 supports native C++ classes but I can't find documentation.
[Last modified: Sept 95]

Answer: Doug Rand <drand@sgi.com> writes: "There are some examples in the
demos tree, look under demos/lib/ExmCxx for widget examples.  The C++ support
was only a widget writer's tool.  When the widget writer's guide is out, you
can also look in that for documentation."

Scott W. Sadler <sws@iti-oh.com> replied to a related question about combining
Motif with C++: "There are two books available (that I know of):

    Object-Oriented Programming with C++ and OSF/Motif - Second Edition
    Doug Young 0-13-209255-7 (c) 1995

    Using Motif with C++
    Daniel Bernstein 0-13-207390-0 or 1-884842-06-2 (c) 1995"

See also the subject: "Is there a C++ binding for Motif?"

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Previous Document: 21)* Is the official Motif documentation available on-line?
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