Can Programming Be Strictly Portable Relative To Language?

The activity associated with development of strictly portable methods of software development will be presented here. Included in this Portability effort will be Windows based C, C++, C#, and Visual Basic; and Linux based C and C++.

FRIDAY: Modifications to the common includes software parts library are needed. Specifically, the ability to receive a copy of a set of include commands without preparing them for copy to a subsequent task (the end of the copy sequence) has not been prepared.  The additional software parts will now be prepared.

TUESDAY: Modifications to the common includes software parts library have been made and tested.  Specifically, the ability to receive a copy of a set of include commands without preparing them for copy to a subsequent task (the end of the copy sequence) is now provided.  A review of the permissible use of this library now needs to be made.  Also, an untested feature of the script library was encountered and checked out. The formal tests of the script library must be upgraded.

WEDNESDAY: We can use the C++ #include statement to identify the rules associated with the use of the includes software parts library.  Specifically, we have three types of include statements: system, data and class include statements. The system include statements are written in all source files. The data include is written in the class header file and the the class include statement is written in the source files. There appear to be no certification chains required for the #include statements. We also need to consider a common name that will allow us to bring in not only the #include statements but also the other command sequences associated with the referenced file.

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