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Getting CView pointer

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Visual C++.NETSystem ProgrammingEditors IDEs
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Hi,

is there a better way of getting CMyView pointer on object created using RUNTIME_CLASS than the one in code snippet?

I would like to get the pointer pointing on CMyView object right after RUNTIME_CLASS call locally and not to use global variable.
//global variable
CMyView* g_pView;

/////////////////////////////////////////

//dynamic creation of CView derived class somewhere else
RUNTIME_CLASS(CMyView);

/////////////////////////////////////////

//CMyView constructor
CMyView::CMyView()
{
   g_pView = this;
}
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