Re: pass pointer to a thread function ?
Date: Sun, 13 Mar 2005 19:25:04 -0500
"mandatory" <email@example.com> wrote...
> i would like to pass a pointer to a thread function to a class.
> The function in my code that i would like to get the address of, and pass
> it to a class function is:
> DWORD ServiceExecution(LPDWORD param)
> And i would like to somehow send the address to a class function, similar
> to this:
> MyClass.ServiceExe (ServiceExecution):
> Can this be done ?
Not if the class function is a non-static member. See the FAQ, section 33.
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