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ACDK brings the strength of Java to C++ developers.
In ACDK, there is a combination of Java und C++, where advantages of both were combined:
- In Java, the homogeneity of an extensive standard, which is necessary for strong developmental platforms.
- In C++, the high implementation stability, good scalability, good performance features as well as, the
universal openness to third systems.
Java & C++
When ACDK was designed, a consideration of broad compatibility in semantic, syntax and idiomatic
of the Java 2.0 Standard was taken into account.
Compatibility in object model and algorithms, offer easy ports of libraries
from ACDK to Java and vice versa.
Name conventions and documentation standards can be taken over.
Easy access, readability, maintainability, expansions and data exchange
through compatible object serialization.
Because ACDK is implemented in pure C++, all features of C++ can be used
- using C/C++ libraries
- Allocating Objects on stack.
- using templates.
- and so on