troubleshooting Question

Function pointer type mismatch

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I am using MSVC++ 6.0.  I have an application and a client, both mine.  I was attempting to handle some emulated file i/o stuff within the client, however the work is being perfomred by a set of libraries (not mine) called by the application.  Basically I have to maintain/retain the structure (type defined in the 3rd party library) that holds the pointers to the three functions (read, write, seek) inside of the application.  Where i attempt to set the pointers (example):
channel[iLineNumber - 1].ChanUIO.u_read = channel[iLineNumber - 1].MCPCli->uio_read;
I get:
error C2440: '=' : cannot convert from 'int (__thiscall McpRef::McpClient::*)(int,char *,unsigned int)' to 'int (__cdecl *)(int,char *,unsigned int)'

I had changed the calling convention on these to __cdecl but it didn't get me any further.  I believe this will be real easy, but if not, how should I go about it?
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