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Implementing a “state-machine” logic for methods required by an object in C++
What I have: 1 hypothetical object/class + other classes and related methods that gives me functionality. What I want: linking this object to 0 to N methods in realtime on request when an event is ...
Jun 22 '12 at 19:27
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