I have already put this question and some of the friends tried to answer it.How to create an object in c++ without instantiating the class??
someone told to do like this.
but this again creates object..
I am trying to say what i understood....
As its known every object has pointer to its own address i.e this pointer.
So have a static method in the class and return the address of the this pointer from that static function.
And call that static method by the calss name.Store the returned address in some variable and use that variable as object.I am making any sense??