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#1 Demonic

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Posted 01 September 2006 - 09:26 PM

exactly what the topic title states can someone tell me how that works or what it means?

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Posted 01 September 2006 - 09:44 PM

it points to a variable or method (function) inside the object.  if you go to the code faq/snippets forum there is a list of commonly asked questions. that is one of them. it goes into more detail.
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#3 wildteen88

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Posted 01 September 2006 - 09:56 PM

Have a read of the What does -> & => do? thread in the FAQ forum. Just read the bit under The -> Operator heading, dont read the bit under the The => Operator

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