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Understanding Generated C++ code

Postby jfamolaro » September 12th, 2012, 12:22 am

I have a set of generated C++ rhapsody code and I am trying to follow the code but do not understand the rhapsody generated framework. Is there a description of the framework such that one can follow the code to understand what the code is doing.
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Re: Understanding Generated C++ code

Postby shanz » September 12th, 2012, 10:45 am

There is a model of the framework in the Rhapsody install folder, eg:
C:\Rhapsody7610\Share\LangCpp\oxf\model
I think the point of Rhapsody is that you don't really have to understand the auto-generated code only how to use it properly :-
Statecharts, events, timers, factories etc.
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Re: Understanding Generated C++ code

Postby Mohammed » September 28th, 2012, 9:21 am

Hi . you can understand the generated code c or c++ , or any legacy code using Imagix4d

Imagix4d : It’s an Reverse engineering tool for understanding the Legacy C, C++ or Java code in the form of graphical approach ,

http://www.imagix.com/


please find the link for your reference

Regards
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Understanding Generated C code

Postby benniepyday » April 25th, 2019, 4:43 am

If G-Code is generated from QCAD/CAM can it be used by other CAM software or is the G-Code produced by QCAD/CAM only compatible for use by QCAD/CAM?
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