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A dirty trick, that I would not use Blush | :O Cool | :cool: Big Grin | :-D :
all characters will be placed temporary on stack:
typedef struct {
  char theSequence[256]; // possible length risk...
} SSEQUENCE;

void Modify(SSEQUENCE sSequence)
{
  sSequence.theSequence[0] = 'a';
}

void Test()
{
  Modify(*((SSEQUENCE*) "Hello"));
  Modify(*((SSEQUENCE*) "Hello"));
  Modify(*((SSEQUENCE*) "Hello"));
}

virtual void BeHappy() = 0;

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