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Re: pointers to functions
deepak yadav encoded :
>this mail is with refrence to my previous mail which goes like this
>>i have few functions say a(), b() ,c() ...
>>i want to call these functions, each within same statement seperated by comma.
>> ( a() , b() , c() );
>>the problem is -- i want to vary the number and ordering of these functions within that statement at run time.
Use an array of function pointers, but define the function with a signature as
void foo(int n, ...);
and use ellipses to convert back. And yes, this is an ugly hack, and as pointed out before, ideally you should use C++ with a vector<funcptr * > passed in.
Madhu M Kurup /* Nemo Me Impune Lacessit */ madhu@xxxxxxxxxxx