I am stuck again.... I am trying to get a pointer (in CDialog1) to a integer value (in CClass2) so
I should declare --> int *intval; < in CDialog1> and then point intval = Class2.intval; where intval
is a object of int, not a pointer. BUT... because the prog I am maintaining has many many classes,
and the header files are all mixed/messed up, I cannot cleanly compile my prog if I include "Class.h"
in my Dialog1.h but it is okay if I include "Class.h" in my Dialog1.cpp file ...
which also means that I can create a Class2 object in a local function(.cpp file), but not globally ( .h file)
my question is other that cleaning up my header files mess ( which I don;t have time :) ),
How can I get a pointer to a variables value of the CClass2 ( note: there will always be only one
instance of the object in the application lifetime) without explicitly declaring a object of the CClass2
in my CDialog2????
Please give me some ideas, or even new ways to deal with it...
Thanks a lot!!!!