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In the class A has a pointer P1 which has been defined point to function. The class A have function F1,F2,F3 too.In the F3 I write P1=F1; But it is wrong! when I want to build it.
class A
{
public:
int F1(int i);
int F2(int i);
int F3(int i);
int (*P1)(int i);
}

int F3(int i)
{
P1=F1;   //here will be wrong!
*P1(7);
}

pleas give me answer with exampl.
thank you.
:-)
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Question by:kanyuchun
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jasonclarke earned 200 total points
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The problem is that you are trying to get a pointer to a *member* function.  Pointers to members are not the same as ordinary pointers to functions.

Here is your code modified to use pointers to members.

class A
{
public:
int F1(int i);
int F2(int i);
int F3(int i);
int (A::*P1)(int i);
};

int F3(int i)
{
      A a;
      a.P1= A::F1;  
      
      (a.*a.P1)(7);
}


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by:kanyuchun
ID: 2682221
Thanks jasonclarke very much!
Are there any other way to do it ?
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by:jasonclarke
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Depends what exactly you are trying to do.  You can encapsulate the behaviour of a member function pointer in a class, or you can call static member functions in the normal way.

The basic problem is thought that to call a method you need both an object instance and a method pointer.  Let me know more about what you want, and maybe I can help.
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by:kanyuchun
ID: 2683065
hi,jasonclarke
thank you very much!
I have solved my problem already!
~(@_@)~
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