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Josh Gray2 wrote:
which, to be honest, is not significantly more typing
It's not a matter of typing less, it's a matter of having code that is easy to read (I expect to have arount 50-60 states).
Josh Gray2 wrote:
If you don't have c++11 support the boost library offers a similar function pointer but without the nicer lambda syntax.
When I googled it, it seems GCC has terrific support for C++.
Josh Gray2 wrote:
C++11 and greater support lambda expressions which will allow you to initialise your structs with a similar syntax to your example but in that case you would have to swap your function pointer to an std::function<> type.
Could someone knowledgeable in C++ please help with the syntax for the example I provided? Do I need to put it inside a C++ file or it is possible have sections of a C-file containing C++ code?
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