QuoteOriginally posted by: outrunQuoteOriginally posted by: CuchulainnQuoteOriginally posted by: outrunHm, I think you misunderstood. It's a refinement to header files, not a reinvention of the wheel and nothing to do with signal.Modules were proposed for C++11 but postponed because it's very important to get it right and it would have delayed C++11. I'll look op the draft.Again, a definition of module is essential, as I mentioned already. My definition: it is synonymous with .NET asembly.A module is much more than just a fancy header file, for sure.Your definition is very likely to be the wrong because you haven't studies it. You also sound a bit negative (re-read your posts)/know-it-all IMO which always irritated me. Im tolerant to such an attitude if you have studies things, but you can't be a mr know-it-all a-priori. Do a google search if you are interested in the definition, it's a widely talked about new language element. Interesting to talk about.No, I know exactly what a module is. Not being negative, just want a (mathematical) definition.