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Questionmemory allocation for class object Pin
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Jason Hamilton14-Oct-08 5:45
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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.
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Questionerror C2660: 'VarBstrCmp' : function does not take 4 parameters [modified] Pin
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