Java Conformance


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ACDK brings the strength of Java to C++ developers.

Content of this chapter:

   Java and C++
   Following the Java Standard
   Using all C++ features

 Java and C++

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++

 Following the Java Standard

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.

     Using all C++ features

    Because ACDK is implemented in pure C++, all features of C++ can be used in ACDK.
    • using C/C++ libraries
    • Allocating Objects on stack.
    • using templates.
    • and so on