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Questionmemory allocation for class object Pin
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Cedric Moonen13-Oct-08 21:01
Cedric Moonen13-Oct-08 21:01 
No. You didn't create any instance of the object and you try to access a NULL pointer, thus this will crash. You have to create an instance either with new or this way: MyClass a;.

Anyway, this is really the basics so before going any further, I suggest you read a good book on C++.

Cédric Moonen
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