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24  
25  package sun.jvm.hotspot;
26  
27  import sun.jvm.hotspot.debugger.*;
28  import sun.jvm.hotspot.types.*;
29  import sun.jvm.hotspot.types.basic.*;
30  
31  /** This class implements the compiler-specific access to the vtbl for
32      a given C++ type. As it happens, on Win32 (at least for Visual C++
33      6.0) the name mangling for vtbls is very straightforward. We only
34      need to ensure that these symbols are exported from the HotSpot
35      DLL, which is done with a .DEF file. This class is named
36      "Win32VtblAccess" because it is not necessarily HotSpot-specific. */
37  
38  public class Win32VtblAccess extends BasicVtblAccess {
39    public Win32VtblAccess(SymbolLookup symbolLookup,
40                           String[] dllNames) {
41      super(symbolLookup, dllNames);
42    }
43  
44    protected String vtblSymbolForType(Type type) {
45      return "??_7" + type.getName() + "@@6B@";
46    }
47  }