call method from a function pointer

call method from a function pointer

By : Scott Rowland
Date : October 24 2020, 06:10 AM
around this issue check is not a static member of Command - it's a member of *i - so you should use the normal member access syntax, i->check.
Also, the If instance you can call the member function on is *this.
code :
(this->*(i->check))(i->pattern, result)
class If
    using CommandFunction = bool (If::*)(const string&, const string&);
    // Alternative: typedef bool (If::*CommandFunction)(const string&, const string&);
    struct Command {
        string pattern;
        CommandFunction check;
    If() {
        Command command;
        command.check = &If::check_true;
    bool call(CommandFunction f, const string& a, const string& b)
        return (this->*f)(a, b);
    int modify() {
        string result;
        for (const auto& i: m_commands) {
            if (call(i.check, i.pattern, result)) 
                return EXIT_SUCCESS;
        return EXIT_FAILURE;
    bool check_true(const string& pattern, const string& value) { return true; }
    vector<Command> m_commands;

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How to Convert Address to Function Pointer to Call Method

How to Convert Address to Function Pointer to Call Method

By : user1276575
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I'm not sure I understand what your question is exactly, but try this:
code :
One class method call another one via function pointer

One class method call another one via function pointer

By : user7251862
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue For some reason I have to call class method from another method of the same class via function pointer. This is and example code which illustrates my question: , Your syntax is correct except that instead of
code :
Call base method from inherited function pointer

Call base method from inherited function pointer

By : Harper
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue My base class contains a function pointer to a member function. How can I call this member function from the derived class? I want to call this function by its pointer. Here is my code so far: , You almost had it, just move the parens:
code :
void callBaseFuncViaPtr (float x,float y) { (this->*FuncPtr)(x,y);}
How to call derived method via function pointer?

How to call derived method via function pointer?

By : Anrzou
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this will help You can get rid of the first overload, because the more generic one covers all its use cases.
P.S. This appears to be a (much less generic) re-implementation of std::invoke. You might use that instead, if you have access to C++17:
code :
std::invoke(&foo::method, f);
How to call a method through a function pointer?

How to call a method through a function pointer?

By : user2834409
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Methods do not bind the self argument, but you can get access to the methods via their fully qualified names and you can save them in a function pointer if you like. Later on, when you invoke the function pointer you have to provide the self argument yourself:
code :
struct Foo {
    var: i32,

impl Foo {
    fn method(&mut self, value: i32) {
        self.var += value;
        println!("var = {}", self.var);

fn main() {
    let mut foo = Foo { var: 11 };
    let func_ptr = Foo::method;
    func_ptr(&mut foo, 12);
let func_ptr: fn(&mut Foo, i32) = Foo::method;
let func_ptr: &Fn(&mut Foo, i32) = &Foo::method;
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