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type defining function with other function in C++

P: 62
Hai I am a beginet to C++, I am having some doubts , these doubts may seem

to be simple , but I dont have much idea of them ,

1.Q) what is the need of typedefining one function having cetain

parametrs with it , to be type caseted to another function with different

parameters.

I am bot able to undertstand the use for this.

2.Q) Type defining a function to an identifier which is like a function name but

with no parameters in it?

please help me,

srikar
Sep 18 '06 #1
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P: 62
Hai I am a beginet to C++, I am having some doubts , these doubts may seem

to be simple , but I dont have much idea of them ,

1.Q) what is the need of typedefining one function having cetain

parametrs with it , to be type caseted to another function with different

parameters.

I am bot able to undertstand the use for this.

2.Q) Type defining a function to an identifier which is like a function name but

with no parameters in it?

please help me,

srikar

function is not much clear,

Q1) question is typedefining a function of one name & one type of parametrs with other name and other type of parameters?
Sep 18 '06 #2

Banfa
Expert Mod 5K+
P: 8,916
Your question is unclear, try posting an example of what you need explaining.
Sep 18 '06 #3

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