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Error in reference : use forward declaration ?

canard29 asked:

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Hi,

My problem is like this

Main.cpp
static CommandList* commandList = 0;
static Networker* networker = 0;
...
 
void f1()
{
 commandList->RunCommands();
}
 
void f2()
{
 networker ->Listen();
}

in the class Networker class I want to call "commandList" functions and in the CommandList, I want to call "networker" functions

how to do this ?
I tried to find a solution with Google. I saw the forward declaration. It's maybe the solution but I don"t know what to change

Many thanks for your help
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