Chapter 13. Unusual Data Types
Some languages support exotic kinds of data in addition to the data types discussed in Chapter 12. Structures describes when you might still use structures rather than classes in some circumstances. Pointers describes the ins and outs of using pointers. If you've ever encountered problems associated with using global data, Global Data explains how to avoid such difficulties. If you think the data types described in this chapter are not the types you normally read about in modern object-oriented ...