Help!!! I give up...Confused!

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Wed, 24 May 2006 08:51:01 -0700

It is against my will to post such a lenghty problem, however... I give
up!....I don't know what is wrong with this program... It must have something
to do with the way my objects are declared which renders my base class to
forget the value of one of its members.

I recently got back into, inheritance, polymorphism and virtual methods. I
really don't need the power of polymorphism right now since I don't need to
create a base class pointer type. I just need to call methods in my classes
while in WndProc!
The program compiles without errors!

Anyhow, I think you would better understand the code posted below....
Again, sorry for the lenghty code... I have tried to cut it down the most I
can while keeping the integrity of the problem as a whole.

=====================================================class components
virtual ~components() {}
virtual void SYS_set_FLAG_AllTrueInCase();
virtual bool SYS_get_FLAG_AllTrueInCase();
virtual void SYS_SFCC(bool bCondTrue);

//By default this member is set to true before every "switch(message)"
bool FLAG_AllTrueInCase;

void components::SYS_set_FLAG_AllTrueInCase()
FLAG_AllTrueInCase =true;

bool components::SYS_get_FLAG_AllTrueInCase()
//Under cursor in debug, at this point, FLAG_AllTrueInCase
//is true??? Didn't we set it to false ???????
return FLAG_AllTrueInCase;

void components::SYS_SFCC(bool bCondTrue)

//Set FLAG_AllTrueInCase to true if FLAG_AllTrueInCase
//and bCondTrue equals to true else set it to false.

if(FLAG_AllTrueInCase && bCondTrue)
 FLAG_AllTrueInCase =true;
 FLAG_AllTrueInCase =false; //Therefore: FLAG_AllTrueInCase is set to



class transitions:public components
virtual ~transitions(){}
virtual bool SYS_get_FLAG_AllTrueInCase();
virtual void SYS_SFCC(bool bCondTrue);


bool transitions::SYS_get_FLAG_AllTrueInCase()
if (components::SYS_get_FLAG_AllTrueInCase())
return true;
return false;

void transitions::SYS_SFCC(bool bCondTrue)


class T_LOGIC:public transitions
virtual ~T_LOGIC(){}
virtual void get_BOOL_AND_INPUT (int Bool_ID_1, int Bool_ID_2, IO *io);

void T_LOGIC::get_BOOL_AND_INPUT(int Bool_ID_1, int Bool_ID_2, IO *io)

//Gets the actual value of input 1 and 2. If they are both true! then...
//As I run the program, input 1 and 2 are false!!!!! so then (else is

if (io->getBOOL_INPUT_IMT(Bool_ID_1) && io->getBOOL_INPUT_IMT(Bool_ID_2))


            WPARAM wParam, LPARAM lParam)

static ENVIR envir;
static IO io;

transitions *pT_TRANSITION = new transitions;


case WM_TIMER:

//Upon the next line, the component's member
//FLAG_AllTrueInCase will be set to false!

//Now lets check for the value of FLAG_AllTrueInCase
//It Should return a false!!!! But it returns a true... confused!

.....other code.....

delete pT_LOGIC;

....other code.....


In short... What must I do to keep the component's member value as static. I
tried to make it static, but the compiler gives an error!

All suggestions very appreciated....

I feel very bad for this and above all, confused!

Hope to hear from you all!

Kind regards

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