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Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

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Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

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Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members:

Similarly to how the Document Object Model (DOM) is used in interacting with HTML and XML files, the AST Model can provide the same convention when dealing with C or C++ files. The following example shows how to create a getter function for the following class members: