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To be frank, I don't know how to interpret it and what it is supposed to be or to do.

You got a class containing an array of its own member variable addresses ?

ilostmyid2 wrote:
if u mean the offset of them from the beginning of the class instance, we should use offsetof() in such a case which is completely different from this.


I don't mean anything ...

Debugging that code will display something like:

-A::m_values 0x00e77000 struct A::Info * A::m_values {a=0x00000000 } A::Info [2]
-	[0] {a=0x00000000 }	A::Info
+		a	0x00000000	int *
-	[1] {a=0x00000004 }	A::Info
+		a	0x00000004	int *


Where m_values[0] is the offset of the first variable and m_values[1] is the offset of the second variable...

It is quite an ugly piece of code.

Please explain what it is supposed to do .
Watched code never compiles.

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