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This might be dumb but can someone explain this to me.. cApp *App = (cApp*)Ptr; With the assumption that cApp is a class does it declare a pointer to a class object? Regards Chad

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Yes, this declares a pointer to an object of type cApp and makes it point to whatever Ptr is pointing to (because of the cast, Ptr is presumably not declared as a pointer to a cApp).

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