November 01, 2007
Does anybody know the syntax to declare a function pointer with the windows calling convention?

DMD suggests the type of such pointers is int(Windows *)() for example, but this does not work.
November 01, 2007
Lutger wrote:
> Does anybody know the syntax to declare a function pointer with the windows calling convention?
> 
> DMD suggests the type of such pointers is int(Windows *)() for example, but this does not work.

Try:

extern(Windows) int function() fPointer;

writefln(typeof(fPointer)) will hopefully output "int(Windows *)()"

I don't have a DMD handy to test it so this is a guess.

Regan
November 01, 2007
"Lutger" <lutger.blijdestijn@gmail.com> wrote in message news:fgccpu$3171$1@digitalmars.com...
> Does anybody know the syntax to declare a function pointer with the windows calling convention?
>
> DMD suggests the type of such pointers is int(Windows *)() for example, but this does not work.

I use:

extern(Windows) alias int function() WinIntFunc;
WinIntFunc f;

It probably works the same as Regan's way..


November 01, 2007
Reply to Jarrett,

> "Lutger" <lutger.blijdestijn@gmail.com> wrote in message
> news:fgccpu$3171$1@digitalmars.com...
> 
>> Does anybody know the syntax to declare a function pointer with the
>> windows calling convention?
>> 
>> DMD suggests the type of such pointers is int(Windows *)() for
>> example, but this does not work.
>> 
> I use:
> 
> extern(Windows) alias int function() WinIntFunc;
> WinIntFunc f;
> It probably works the same as Regan's way..
> 

not exactly the same (I think) as Regan's also effects the linkage of the variable.


Top | Discussion index | About this forum | D home