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hello, heres the case. i have to classes. one class is myclass, the other class is anyclass. anyclass has the same base class called terminal. [base:myclass] [base:anyclass] anyclass can be any thing, it just inherits the base class, and a abstract virtual function called terminal. my problem is : that i want to have any number of functions inside anyclass and i want myclass to beable to store one of those functions or rather a pointer to that member function of anyclass inside myclass. im not sure about the syntax of member function pointers so thats probably a big problem. on the side : i want to create a typedef function called func. func is defined as { FUNC* FUNC ( VOID* , VOID* ); } can i do this, have func return a pointer of type func?

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