"Adrian Ferramosca" <adr...@bjahouston.com> wrote in messagenews:l0yI7.2662$Oh1.31441@insync...
| "Richard Maine" <nos...@see.signature> wrote in message
| > So for each type, I
| > made an array of pointers (using the "usual" trick again; I'm
| > assuming you've followed this group enough to understand it).
| not sure what the "usual" trick is :(
| > Where you have "type(xxx), pointer" above, I just substituted a
| > a scalar integer. That scalar integer is an index into the
| > array of pointers for the appropriate type. Not very "modern",
| > but it works fine, is reasonably easy to follow, etc. It helped
| > a lot that I was sure to have a relatively small number of
| > targets, so I could get by with making the arrays of pointers
| > statically sized. It also helped that targets were added and
| > deleted with relatively low frequency, so that the performance
| > issue of finding an "open" slot for a new one by searching
| > the array was not a problem.
| > I could probbaly drag out some sample code to illustrate if the
| > above words aren't enough, but probably not today. Other commitments
| > are about to call.
| Great, whenever you have a spare moment...
Since I happen to know that you use CVF, you might as well stick
They're especially useful for lpUserData stuffs which can
!... somewhere else, miles away, in the code:
Now, it may look like I'm advocating them -- I dislike the
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