Re: Proper way to declare a static const object in a class
It should be like that:
// ----- header file -----
// declaration of static member
static const SolidBrush s_solidBrush;
// ------ source file -------
// definition of static member
const SolidBrush DisplayLine::s_solidBrush(/*whatever*/);
In the same manner you declare and define `Font' objects.
Wow. I didn't realize I could define the variable outside the constructor.
Thanks for openning my eyes. Programming with C++ reminds me of learning
Aikido. You can move in an infinite variety of ways, but only one way works.
C++ is so flexible it is hard for us beginners to find the way sometimes.
Yep, if you move in a wrong way, you get shot on the spot. :).
Actually, class' static members are the same old boring
globals, just disguised with class' visibility scope. That's
why you have to define them in .CPP file regardless of other
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