Re: Passing values to a class

red floyd <no.spam@here.dude>
Tue, 09 Oct 2007 13:14:17 -0700
Donos wrote:


I have a program as given in following,

class CCmdValue
  int a, b;
  void Put(int x, int y) { a = x; c = y;}

This class has no public methods, so you can't really do anything with
it other than default construct, copy construct, or assign it.

class CCmdData
   CCmdValue pValue;
   pValue->Put(10, 20);

This should give a compile-time error.

   CCmdModule pCmd;

class CCmdModule
   friend class CCmdModuleFactory;
   CCmdValue mValue;

class CCmdModuleFactory
   CCmdModule& NewValues(CCmdValue& pValue)
      CCmdModule* p = new CCmdModule;
      p->mValue = pValue; // THIS LINE FAILS

When i try to pass the value of "pValue" to "mValue" It fails. It
doesn't give any compilation error, but when i try to read the integer
values, they don't have any vlaues assigned to them.

Any idea why thats happening?

How about providing a minimal, compilable, executable sample that
exhibits the behavior in question?

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