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Access a Class Member Function Without Creating a Class Object

Access a Class Member Function Without Creating a Class Object

In some cases, it is possible to call a class member function without creating the class object.

In the following example, the program will print “hello world”class="pf"> although class A has never been created. When the program enters the “PrintMe”class="pf"> function, the “this”class="pf"> pointer is zero. This is fine as long as you don’t access data members through the “this” pointer.

#include class A {public:	void PrintMe();};void A::PrintMe(){    printf("Hello World
");}void main(){A* p = 0;p-

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