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You too you misunderstood my problem i think, what you say will be handle by the type="float", and so ok a little "repeat" in the function but i find this better than 15 calc functions for each type.

So finally my real problem is for the "return value" that can have their type changed, its for that im thinking casting the void type that point to the initial variable, and i dont know if possible... im asking you.

So my real problem is this &vInt2 declared short int at start, that i want can change his type inside the function calc(), and without to have creating a new variable in the main scope.
Think that this vInt2 is a "main var" where i would do some operations, and automatically convert it to the right type if the initial type is not adapted.

So can we change a variable type without creating a new var !?

Finally if not possible, i can at least alert that this operation is bad for the initial type.
But i wanted to change the type to a bigger if possible, and so i can start with short int and handle more and more if necessary...



Edit: humm i spot a future problem that can break all when the type is changed so i would more think about how i can handle...

Finally my first interrogation come from: how i can protect my program about overflow automatically
So if you have more constructive suggestion...

modified 10-Feb-18 19:30pm.

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