By Satya Sai Kolachina

ISBN-10: 1556229607

ISBN-13: 9781556229602

C++ Builder 6 builders consultant is focused at intermediate to complicated builders who desire to advance their functions with essentially the most robust C++ implementations at the home windows platform. C++Builder 6 is a innovative variation of the product in comparison to past types.

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C_str() << endl; } return EXIT_SUCCESS; } //--------------------------------------------------------------------------- In the class template example displayed above, I defined a template class for a stack object and demonstrated it in the main() function by using it to create one stack for the AnsiString object type and another stack for objects of TComponent descendant classes. When executed, the program creates the stack object, pushes the items onto the stack, and finally pops all the items from the stack.

The syntax to use this operator is: dynamic_cast< T >(expression); Here “T” must be a pointer or a reference to a previously defined class type or a pointer to void. The expression type must be a pointer if T is a pointer or an l-value if T is a reference. Listing 2-4 displays several examples showing how to use the dynamic_cast operator. Please note that the code is not complete and may not compile as given here. You need to complete the code to compile and test it. Listing 2-4: dynamic_cast sample code //--------------------------------------------------------------------------// This is a class hierarchy example with 3 classes // base class class baseClass { // class implementation }; // first derived class class derivedFirst : public baseClass { // class implementation }; // last derived class class derivedLast : public derivedFirst { // class implementation }; //--------------------------------------------------------------------------// code samples demonstrating the use of // dynamic_cast operator void func() { derivedLast* dLast = new derivedLast; // The following conversion (upcasting) is permitted because // derivedFirst is the direct base class derivedFirst* dFirst = dynamic_cast< derivedFirst* >(dLast); // The following conversion (upcasting) is permitted because // baseClass is the indirect base class in the hierarchy baseClass* base = dynamic_cast< baseClass* >(dLast); // Create an object of the derived class and assign to base class ptr derivedFirst* dFirst2 = new derivedFirst; baseClass* base2 = dFirst2; // The following conversion (downcasting) is permitted // if the base class has virtual functions // VCL event handlers usually pass the base TObject pointer for the // Sender parameter.

Please note that the code is not complete and may not compile as given here. You need to complete the code to compile and test it. Listing 2-4: dynamic_cast sample code //--------------------------------------------------------------------------// This is a class hierarchy example with 3 classes // base class class baseClass { // class implementation }; // first derived class class derivedFirst : public baseClass { // class implementation }; // last derived class class derivedLast : public derivedFirst { // class implementation }; //--------------------------------------------------------------------------// code samples demonstrating the use of // dynamic_cast operator void func() { derivedLast* dLast = new derivedLast; // The following conversion (upcasting) is permitted because // derivedFirst is the direct base class derivedFirst* dFirst = dynamic_cast< derivedFirst* >(dLast); // The following conversion (upcasting) is permitted because // baseClass is the indirect base class in the hierarchy baseClass* base = dynamic_cast< baseClass* >(dLast); // Create an object of the derived class and assign to base class ptr derivedFirst* dFirst2 = new derivedFirst; baseClass* base2 = dFirst2; // The following conversion (downcasting) is permitted // if the base class has virtual functions // VCL event handlers usually pass the base TObject pointer for the // Sender parameter.

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