Thread: linking objects

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    linking objects

    i was wondering if anybody could help me with the syntax for 4 classes to pass messages between each other, i can get it to compile but when i run the program the program crashes when it comes time to message pass, i have 4 classes and i am tring to link them through a 5th one, if anybody can help it would be greatly appreciated

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    Well in your case, put this-pointer from each 4 classes to be members of the 5th class. Then direct each function call to the proper object.
    Crashing refers to pointer error. So I could quess that you're trying to call object via false pointer value. Hard to tell without knowing your class structure.
    Making error is human, but for messing things thoroughly it takes a computer

  3. #3
    Could you elaborate on that. I have the same problem. This is how I did my code.
    class A {int a;}
    class B {int a; A *output[2];}

    A a[2]; B b[2];
    *b[0].output[1]=a[1]; ...


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    Try something like -

    A a[2]; B b[2];


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