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a class struture to a typedef structure

a class struture to a typedef structure

a class struture to a typedef structure

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Hello,

I have a question, is it possible, to write a C++ class structure to a ANSI C typedef structure ? And what I have to heed ?

I have a class structure in this form:

class ODBC_Class
{
public:
    
    HENV    EnvHandle;
    etc. ...

public:

    ODBC_Class            ( ); // Constructur
    ~ODBC_Class          ( ); // Deconstructur

    RETCODE ShowRes ( );
    etc. ...
};


Is it possible to change this class to a ANSI C structure ?

Thanks for helping.

SiM

RE: a class struture to a typedef structure

It is possible, although classes and structures handle memory etc... completely differnetly.  The definition of variables inside of structure is quite simple.  However their is(as far as i know)  no way to put a function inside of a structure.  it may be possible, if you use a thing call a pointer to a function.  bascially inside of your structure their would be a pointer of type void *.  You then would allocate memory for a function.  I think you can even typedef it(not positive)  then pass the memory address to the pointer inside your structure....  I can not remember syntax, but look in this faq from my class in the faq section of the c forum.....

good luck

ackka
tmoses@iname.com
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RE: a class struture to a typedef structure

i'm sorry, actualy look under the links section for the link called advanced c.zip....

later

ackka
tmoses@iname.com
my site
"Do No Harm, Leave No Tracks"
ICMP Summer 2000, 2600 Article

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