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QuestionHow do I convert my C++ function pointer to a C function pointer? Pin
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I'm hoping to be able to use the function like this:
queueTaskCpp([](uint8_t* data, uint16_t dataSizeBytes) {
    // My function implementation in PURE C (no C++) goes here...
}, NULL, 0);
I would assume the above function implementation would become static, right? God forbid if the function gets implemented on the stack, obviously that would mean I can't use this concept at all since the function implementation on the stack will most likely be corrupt when it's time to execute the queued function. I'm not planning to use any classes or object orientedness, I'm only using C++ to be able to pass anonymous functions like this.
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QuestionWhy isn't the copy constructor called Pin
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