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st: RE: plugin for C++?
It does. It works with any development environment/language that
supports pointers (variables that store memory locations of other
variables) and generates standard DLLs (dynamically-loaded Libraries)
for the target operating system. I know for certain that it works with
Delphi (Object-oriented version of Pascal) under Windows (I tried that
and it works without glitch). So it should work with C++.
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> Subject: st: plugin for C++?
> I see with delight that stata now has a plugin facility for C. Does
> work for C++ code, or does it need to be C?
> Matthias Schonlau
> Associate Statistician, RAND
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