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Hi,

Is there any tutorial that tells how to do dynamic binding in C.

Thanks in Advance.

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Dynamic Binding is a concept that applies to Object Oriented Programming. C is not object oriented.

What is it you're trying to do... explain more and maybe we can give you some ideas :)

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There are function pointers in c, using which you can create structures which a similar to objects in c++, but not all concepts of c++ apply to c.

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Dynamic Binding is a concept that applies to Object Oriented Programming. C is not object oriented.

What is it you're trying to do... explain more and maybe we can give you some ideas :)

Objective-C is a language based upon C, with a few additions that make it a complete, object-oriented language.
Objective-C is a language that implements true dynamic binding (which is required for a language to be truly object-oriented). This means that messages sent to an object aren't bound to a specific function implementation in a specific class until the program is actually run. Stating this another way, the programmer does not know how an object will react to a specific message until the program is actually run.

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