This is the final installment in a series of posts about Molecule’s memory system. Today, we are going to look at the final piece of the puzzle, glueing together different things like raw memory allocation, bounds checking, memory tracking, and more.
One problem which often arises during programming is building a base set of functionality which can be extended by the user, while still being modular enough to make it easy to replace only certain parts of an implementation. I guess everybody of us has faced this problem at least once, and came up with different solutions. There is a really powerful and elegant technique for solving this kind of problem, which is what I want to show today.