Re: CRe: select class by combobox??

"AliR" <AliR@online.nospam>
Fri, 1 Sep 2006 13:18:29 -0500
As Tom so delicately pointed out. Without virtual functions in the parent
class none of the code that I posted would work.
This is all explained in details in a C++ book (Usually in chapter 1).

Sorry guys, I couldn't resist.

"Tom Serface" <> wrote in message

You want virtual functions so you can override them in the derived class


let polymorphism do its thing.


"Tio Cactus" <> wrote in message

Yes, something like that but there is not need functions in parent
class which have the same name in child classes so must I write :

virtual void DoSomething() = NULL;
virtual void DoSomethingElse() = NULL


And why virtual functions ??
Is there necessity in order to use parent class ?
I have only dialog class and 'MyFirstClass' and ' MySecondClass' which
I want select.
Must I add Parent class ??

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