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C++ Function Pointers

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I'm having trouble declaring a map of strings to function pointers. The function pointers I want to use returns a string and takes a const ref to a class I created. Let's say I have previously defined some class called "SomeClass" A declaration of a function: string SampleFunction(const SomeClass &someClass); My question is what's the syntax for the map of strings to function pointers? Because, what I have doesn't work.
map<string, string (const SomeClass &)> functionMap;
 
Thanks in advance, - Eck [edited by - Eck on March 18, 2004 3:05:36 AM] [edited by - Eck on March 18, 2004 3:09:56 AM]

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Geez, that was fast. In the time it took me too look up the source tag, the question was answered. Thanks a bunch Fruny. That worked perfectly.

- Eck

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