Re: passing this object

"Jung, William" <>
Thu, 27 Nov 2008 16:41:38 -0800
On Thu, 27 Nov 2008 08:34:15 -0500, David Wilkinson
<> wrote:

Jung, William wrote:

OK, the errors goes away if I use forward class declaration or extern.

but when I added the line (sock.cpp)
char*)m_bReceiveBuffer + j));

where Vscreen is like this
    CVirtualScreen *Vscreen; (sock.h)


Please cut and paste the relevant errors in your post. Many people will not open
links in newsgroup postings.

You need

#include "VirtualScreen.h"

in Sock.cpp. When one class only uses another via a pointer, always:

Forward declare the other class in the .h file
#include the header of the other class in the .cpp file

You mean I should do

// always format declare
// but do not include VirtualScreen.h
class CVirtualScreen;

class Sock : public CSocketComm
    Sock( CVirtualScreen *screen );

// include CVirtualScreen object
#include "VirtualScreen.h"

void Sock::Create1(CVirtualScreen *screen, CString port)
        Vscreen = screen;

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