C++ Tip for Accessing Derived Class Functions Indirectly

March 15, 2020 at 6:45 pm | Posted in 2020, base class, c++, coding, computer science, Computers, Computing, derived class, functions, inheritance, pointers, static cast, tables | Leave a comment

So, if you are a newb coder like me, and you are studying inheritance, and it all just seems to come crashing down when you can’t seem to access a derived class’s function, take heart! There’s always a way. Just passing along info. gleaned from the interwebs that was used in my team’s code that I found VERY helpful! See image above for more.

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