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I have a digital ink pad (G - Note 7000 of genius). How I interact with the pad when it connected to a pc(i have the driver soft ware).I am writing a MFC application which can do this, but i do this by mouse interact, so the the resolution of the pad scale to the monitor resolution. I want to the same resulution as the pad so that I can get the same ink as it give in off line mode.
please help me how to do this.
Just as a thought, if you need to access the member functions before creating an instance of the class you could define the function as static. That way if you needed to call the function, you could write abc::function();. Just realize that any member variables that the function needs will also have be declared static and at this point, you might as well not wrap the function in a class at all because it is sort of pointless. However, it is possible.
Even though it is not a standard way, such function calls are possible if the function disp() is not accessing any of the member variable of class abc. If it is accessing any member variable inside it, the execption will occur at that point.
But the point is, if we didnt access a member variable in a member function of the class, why make it member function...?Static or global is enough..
//do some thing with class variables
abc *c = 0;
here for c is memory allocated. and can i access class methods from c.
There is no memory allocated for 'c'. The variable 'c' is a pointer to an object of 'abc'-type and you've assigned NULL to that pointer.
If you will try to execute the code above you will get a runtime error saying "access violation" in your face.
The question you're asking, for the second time(!) even though you've already got an answer, makes no sense.
It suggests that you have no clue about the concept of object oriented analysis/design/programming.
Consider the following analogy:
- "I want to change tyres on my car. How do I do that?"
- "What kind of car do you have?"
- "I don't have a car."
"It's supposed to be hard, otherwise anybody could do it!" - selfquote "High speed never compensates for wrong direction!" - unknown
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