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    Re: re-assigning a non-pointer object variable

    Thanks Muthuveerappan.
    This still requires changing the code of BaseClass (the current implementation does not have an overloaded constructor.
    I guess it is just poor design that I am dealing with,...
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    Re: re-assigning a non-pointer object variable

    Thanks for your inputs.

    The reason I am inheriting is for code management. I am using the classes made available to me by other teams; these classes are typically large files. I need to make...
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    re-assigning a non-pointer object variable

    Hi All,

    I am working on a project that has a large base class that uses a baseUtil class:


    Class BaseClass
    {
    public:
    BaseUtil m_baseUtil;
    }
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    Re: Making a DLL, How??

    Check this out:
    http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/1ez7dh12(VS.71).aspx

    sgiri
  5. Thread: destructors

    by sgiri1981
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    Re: destructors

    :) :) :)

    That worked!!!

    Here is what I think was happening (from Lindley's response in the earlier thread)

    I have such a hierarchy: Base, Derived1, Derived2, Derived3.

    The destructor in...
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    by sgiri1981
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    Re: destructors

    Thats exactly what I m doing!
    But some other classes up in the hierarchy (before the most-base class) are doing it the same way.

    Only my class's immediate base does not have any. All classes...
  7. Thread: destructors

    by sgiri1981
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    Re: destructors

    Have to toss this thread as I encountered a weird thing.

    In the hierarchy of classes I mentioned, the base most class has a destructor that is virtual. The 2 most derived classes do not have...
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    Re: Inline Members

    Thanks laserlight!
    May I ask you the source of the c++ standard and is it readable for beginner/intermediate level programmer? (Google threw up some sites which were a little advanced for me)
    ...
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    Re: Instantiating before the body is called?

    Thanks Paul. That was very helpful.

    Continuing on this theme, lets say I have 2 members, one with and one without default constructor. The one without a default constructor MUST appear in the...
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    Re: Instantiating before the body is called?

    [QUOTE=laserlight;1850269]
    The use of an initialisation list would be necessary in some cases, e.g., to initialise const and reference member variables and those of types without a default...
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    Re: Inline Members

    This has been a great thought provoking thread, with the kind of discussions not found in any book.

    Anyway, my chain of thoughts led me to wonder whats the difference between the following


    ...
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    Re: Inline Members

    I always thought that the stuff in header file (class name, its members function etc) is a declaration whereas the definitions are the details of those declarations that go in .cpp file. Is it...
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    Re: What are the best debugging resources?

    Is that in Visual Studio? I dont see any such menu. (I use Visual Studio 6 (Enterprise)

    I somehow havent yet developed a liking for Visual Studio. I know its a de facto environment for c++ but I...
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    Re: destructors

    Hi GCDEF,
    I was still composing my earlier reply (and cross-referencing my code and c++ book) and didnt see your reply.
    This explains it.
    Thanks a lot.

    best,
    sgiri
  15. Thread: destructors

    by sgiri1981
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    Re: destructors

    Thanks for the explanation.

    I just checked the base-most class - the destructor is virtual. So, that takes care of this class and all classes up its hierarchy.

    However, for its members that...
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    Re: What are the best debugging resources?

    How do you monitor memory leaks? (this might help me find answer to a question I just posted)

    Thanks,
    sgiri
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    destructors

    Hi,
    I have a hierarchical design of a class, say: BaseProcess, ....., MyXXXProcess.
    The most derived class is not given a destructor. In this class, I m creating a array of another class, say...
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    Re: multiple instances of a class

    Yes. However, it took me more than 5 hours to learn this- I looked at all other possible places for error, pored over the other concepts.

    Experience is what you get when you dont get what you...
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    Re: multiple instances of a class

    Thanks for your comments. I tried a few approaches and realized that I cant do this because
    1. I dont want to construct this second object
    2. The '=' operator in this object was not working (it...
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    Re: multiple instances of a class

    Sorry about that. I was just trying to post the sections of code that I suspected of having problems and thereby avoid unnecessarily large post with unrelated code. I was mistaken and I apologize as...
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    Re: multiple instances of a class

    Here is the code: (its a long header file and I had to cut down on other details. Also, I had to change some names as this is a client's proprietary code)


    class __IMP_EXP MyClass : public...
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    multiple instances of a class

    Dear All,
    I m trying to use a class that does not have a default constructor. For this class, i m unable to declare 2 instances.

    eg:
    option 1 (successful compilation)
    MyClass obj1; // ok
    ...
  23. Re: writing code using base class, passing derived class instances

    Thanks for your response!
    MyClass has a virtual destructor, so I guess those who wrote it did intend for it to be used as a polymorphic base class. In that case, I will go ahead with...
  24. Re: writing code using base class, passing derived class instances

    Hi All,
    I was searching for some answers to my question and this thread seems relevant; so I m tossing it up from the past.

    Briefly, my code is as follows:
    MyProcess.h
    MyProcess.cpp
    ...
  25. makefiles and associations between .h and .cpp

    Dear All,
    We have been provided libraries to work with. If any change is required to any definition, I see that in the past, programmers have copied the .cpp file from the library folder into the...
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