delegate memory layout help needed

nobody nobody at
Wed Feb 14 12:02:03 PST 2007

torhu wrote:
> nobody wrote:
>> More importantly I have been trying to watch two delegate members of a 
>> struct to   make sure they are getting initialized:
>>      printf("&opIndexDg : [%X]\n", opIndexDg );
>>      printf("    +0 -> [%X]\n", *(cast(int*)(&opIndexDg)+0) );
>>      printf("    +1 -> [%X]\n", *(cast(int*)(&opIndexDg)+1) );
>>      printf("&opIndexAssignDg : [%X]\n", &opIndexAssignDg );
>>      printf("     +0 -> [%X]\n", *(cast(int*)(&opIndexAssignDg)+0) );
>>      printf("     +1 -> [%X]\n", *(cast(int*)(&opIndexAssignDg)+1) );
>> According to what I have seen the delegates in the struct are getting 
>> initialized but I keep getting an Array Bounds Error unless I do the 
>> exact same assignment done during the initialization afterwards in 
>> main(). Am I correctly interpreting the memory layout?
> You can access the context pointer with .ptr, and the function pointer 
> with .funcptr.  See:

Thanks for the suggestion. I realized when I tried to reference .ptr and 
.funcptr and the compiler complained that these properties did not exist that I 
was still using an older version of DMD. When I upgraded the strange bug 

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