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It sounds like you're trying to implement in interface. Typically you'd do this by determining what behaviors an object might require and write a base (abstract) class that captures that. You then write your library functions so that they only make use of the public functions in the base class. The derived objects implement the methods in the base class in a way that makes sense for the derived object. There's plenty of examples out there, just google for "C++ interface" or "C++ abstract class". Almost any of which will give you better examples that I can come up with.
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QuestionUPDATE CLOSED error: declaration of anonymous class must be a definition Pin
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