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Genetic Programming in C++

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Hi, does anybody, ANYbody at all, know anything about a 1995 paper/project by Mike Hollick/Hans Kuhlmann called "Genetic Programming in C++"? Also, is there such a type called "Val"? Basically it works like this, anything of this type can be changed into another type (by casting, I assume). It is mentioned in Hollick''s/Kuhlmann''s paper, but there is no mention on how to implement it. Any ideas? Orgun... you bastard...

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Hmmm... I personally never heard of the paper but as far as it
goes, the equivalent of the "val" type you were talking about is "void".





Cyberdrek
Headhunter Soft
DLC Multimedia

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never seen the paper and i actually think that the ''Val'' should equal a VB or java-script ''var'' it''s implemented using either a structure or a class.
Overload all the operators to handle conversion.

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I''ve seen Val in visual basic. You''d use it like this
num=val(text1.text)
Val takes the integer value from a string
~Wave

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