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Is it possible , to make a pointer that can point to different member functions ? I know that I can create a pointer to a member function like that :
#include <stdio.h>

int temp = 0;

class Test

	void Start()
		temp = 20;

//to class
void (Test::*pt2Func3)(void);

int main()

	 pt2Func3 = &Test::Start;

	 printf("temp = %d\n",temp);

	 //create the class we wan't to use with
	 Test test;

	 //let's call the function then

	 printf("temp = %d\n",temp);

	return 0;

But if for example I have 2 different classes and I wan't to make a pointer that can point to any member function in these classes. Can it be done ? Thanks for any input.

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