From: David Bradley (BradleyJunk_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-09-05 15:17:05
David Abrahams wrote:
>Why mess around? You don't need to use a void*; just use a
>void(X::*)(void) for any X. Round-trip reinterpret_cast is
>guaranteed to work.
Well I don't think this is guarenteed sizeof(void (X::*)(void) ==
sizeof(void (Y::*)(void). But I'm basing my assumption the VC++
compilers implementation which is often a risky thing to do. VC++'s
pointer to members vary in size based on the type, mainly plain
inheritance, multiple inheritance and virtual base class involvement.
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