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Can't help you there, I would have expected VS to issue a warning. D'Oh! | :doh:

That said, it shouldn't make a difference where you put the declaration (and initialization) of i, because section 12.6.2 of the C++ standard says the order of initialization is always:

1. virtual base classes
2. base classes
3. non-static members
(4. the body of the constructor is executed)

Therefore, i can never be initialized by the time the base constructor is called (and if it is, the compiler has an error).

The only way I can think of to initialize i before the base class, is having a (potentially different) base class initialize it - either by moving the member variable into that base class, or with the help of CRTP

template <typename T>
struct make_i_great_again {
    make_i_great_again(T& t) { t.i = 33; }
};
class Test {
...
};
class MainTest : public make_i_great_again<MainTest>, Test
{
public:
    MainTest() : make_i_great_again(*this), Test(i) {}
    int i;
};

Technically this is a hack, because by the time you pass *this to your base class, this isn't properly constructed. But since you're not reading fromo it, it might actually work.

P.S.: oh well, forget all of the above. Somehow I thought you were inheriting from Test ....

Anyway, you could simply use a static const instead of using your member variable:
class MainTest {
    static const int I_INIT = 33;
public:
    MainTest() : m_Test(I_INIT) {}
    Test m_Test;
    int i = I_INIT;
};

GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)

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