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AnswerRe: A pointer reference as l-value Pin
Richard MacCutchan20-Jan-13 3:56
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George Nistor20-Jan-13 4:02
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Freak3021-Jan-13 4:43
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George Nistor21-Jan-13 5:37
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Freak3021-Jan-13 22:08
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In the function GetPtrEx2() the address of the parameter will be passed on the stack. So with the assignment you change the address the pointer you called the function with points to.

You should however check your constructor. I don't think it will work as intended.
QuestionThe 'rename' function gives errno == -1 Pin
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