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Tip of the Day
Language: C++
Expertise: Beginner
Oct 10, 2000

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Invoking a Function Through a Pointer

When you call a function through a pointer to function, use that pointer as if it were the function itself, not a pointer. For example:

 
#include <cstring>
char buff[10];
void (*pf) (char *, const char *);
pf = strcpy; // take address of strcpy
pf(buff, "hi"); // use pf as if it were the function itself
Danny Kalev
 
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