How query runtime object for its functions?

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    How query runtime object for its functions?

    Is there a way at runtime to discover what functions an object's class has? (This is for debugging)

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    No as (standard) C++ does not have a reflection mechanism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 6tr6tr View Post
    Is there a way at runtime to discover what functions an object's class has? (This is for debugging)
    not exactly i think but then what is the rtti is for it should give you enough info try it

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