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  Introduction to Aspect-Oriented Programming
Subject:   a pre-processor can do all
Date:   2005-01-12 23:41:07
From:   simpleidworks
I am new to AOP and I found the article explains it clearly.


However, the article gives me a impression that a pre-processor of C or Java suffices to do all the jobs of AOP. I wonder if this is true for AOP.

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  • a pre-processor can do all
    2005-01-13 00:07:13  grahamoregan [View]

    The benefits of AOP do resemble that of a preprocessor, but there are additional benefits available that I didn't elaborate on such as introductions where addtional interfaces can be implemented at run time.

    I'd advise you to spend some time looking through the documentation for some of the AOP frameworks to gain an understanding of some of the additional features available.