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class B;
 
class A 
{
	public:
	int x, y;
	B b;
}
 
class B 
{
	func func1();
}
In func1, how to access variables x or y defined in class A?
 
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Posted 28-Apr-10 14:04pm
Edited 28-Apr-10 14:20pm
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Solution 1

Create an instance class A and access them. My C++ may be a little rusty, but that's the jist of it.
 
A a = new A();
a.x = ...
a.y = ...
 
Just because you have an instance of B in A doesn't mean you can automatically access anything in A from B. Personally I would probabably pass the values to func1
 
func1(int x, int y)
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