Re: MFC Message Handling

Goran <>
Wed, 25 Nov 2009 04:04:15 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 25, 9:52 am, rahul <> wrote:

In MFC Generally when we Override Message Handling function by a class
then we call base class function at the end like,
return CPropertySheet::PreTranslateMessage(pMsg);

how this is valid??
If PreTranslateMessage() is not static function then how can we call
it by this way (i.e. ClassName::FunctionName)??

(Not at all MFC question, BTW. Try
for more involved crowd).

I would guess the most important reason that this is allowed really is

That said, why you think it's important that language prevents you
from using fully-qualified function name? It's the same call, just
longer to type (but, important with inheritance).

Note that you can also do:

class Type
  static void StaticFunc() {}
  void Func() {}

Type var;
var.StaticFunc(); // !!! works not with class name, but class instance
var.Type::Func(); // !!! works, too


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