Thread: Funtion pointer in structure

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    Registered User Xzyx987X's Avatar
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    Funtion pointer in structure

    Ok, let's say that you want to define a funtion pointer that accepts a structure as one of it's parameters. Then say you want to use the function type you defined earlier as a member of that structure. I think you can see where this is going... At any rate, is there a more graceful way to pull this off then using a void * type to handle the structure pointer in the funtion pointer definition?

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    Something like this maybe:
    #include <stdio.h>
    struct mystruct
      int i;
      int (*fp) (struct mystruct);
    int foo(struct mystruct s)
      return s.i;
    int main(void)
      int (*fp)(struct mystruct);
      struct mystruct s;
      int i;
      fp = foo;
      s.i = 10;
      s.fp = foo;
      i = fp(s);
      printf ("%d\n", i);
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