Dan Saks, Author at Embedded.com

Dan Saks

Dan Saks is president of Saks & Associates, a C/C++ training and consulting company. For more information about Dan Saks, visit his website at www.dansaks.com. Dan also welcomes your feedback: e-mail him at dan@dansaks.com.


Pure virtual functions

Pure virtual functions provide a way to avoid defining base class member functions that have no meaningful implementation. For much of this year, I've been…

Impure thoughts

Once more unto the breach, Dan tries to dispel the notion that C++ is a purely object-oriented language in which all classes must use virtual…

Virtual functions in C

Although C doesn’t provide native support for virtual functions, you can emulate virtual functions in C if you attend to all the details. Last month,…