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QuestionClasses hierarchy? Pin
Vaclav_24-Dec-17 7:53
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I am trying to come up with “calling scheme” to be able to go "from top to bottom".
For example “clear LCD device” via I2C interface and connected to GPIO.
The “clear sequence from “top” is to
send device specific command - “clear”
output binary values of “clear command ” to SDA/SCL interface
output binary values to GPIO
I have a 3 levels basic / working inheritance scheme - with class representing the device , class representing I2C communication format and class representing the GPIO.
I am not sure plain direct inheritance of chain of classes is going to do the job.
I think I need to come up with “nesting” scheme instead of just plain direct inheritance chain using only instance of the “top” class.
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
Something like this, but it looks too scary
http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_books/programming_books/c++_practical_programming/c++_practical_programming_254.html
Cheers
Vaclav

PS Please do not ask for code or "what is it for ? " , this project is under construction and not ready for public scrutiny.
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