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    [solved] A virtual function is called directly. What's that about?

    Hi. My head is a little thick right now. I can't get my head around that.

    It's a win32 executable, unprotected, compiled in MSVC++.

    So is it normal that a virtual function is being called directly(probably is then )? If so, then why?
    Right now, I just can't figure out why.

    By "being called" I mean, could be called according to the disassembly.

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    OK. So a virtual method was just calling the base class' method it was overriding
    Last edited by tlgspk; May 10th, 2012 at 08:22. Reason: Solved

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