Re: using and de-referencing a function pointer in a member function
Lars Uffmann wrote:
Victor Bazarov wrote:
Lars Uffmann wrote:
So my question: Is this the way to go? Or should I use a different
syntax? Thank you in advance!
Yes, it's the only syntax available to you directly. You can, of
course, declare a 'configuration&' and init it by *this, but you will
still have to use the parens:
void configuration::add (string param, configParameter cp);
case a: (self.*add_or_set)(someString, someConfigParameter);
Now, let me be the first to note that you should probably pass those
strings by reference to const...
Hmmm - I'm not really using by reference to const parameters at all yet
- are you only talking about a way to save computing time by evading a
copy construction of a new string? Or is there something else involved?
Uh... Yeah... I am talking about the choice you had
void foo(string blah)
void foo(string const& blah)
which is a bit better (generally speaking). When you can avoid making a
copy, you should.
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