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Greetings,

I just recently started some experiments with C++. I'm an experienced programmer, but not with C++, but, just for fun, I decided to implement this example C++ Delegate here on Code Project.

This example keeps the methods hooked into the delegate inside structs. In the example given these are: struct TShapes, struct TDerivedShapes and struct TThings. These are then initialized in this fashion: event += new MyEvent::T<tshapes>(&shapes, &TShapes::Square);

My question is this: is it necessary to store the methods to be hooked into these events into a struct? I assume this is done because the struct makes the address available to be used in the delegate. If the answer to this question is no, then how do you hook into the even just through standard methods within a normal C++ program? Please forgive the stupidity of my questions. Smile | :)

Ed.
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