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Compiler Error C2064

term does not evaluate to a function taking 'number' arguments

A call is made to a function through an expression. The expression does not evaluate to a function pointer.

The following sample generates C2064:

// C2064.cpp
int i, j;
char* p;
void func() {
   j = i();    // C2064, i is not a function
   p();        // C2064, p doesn't point to a function
}

The following sample generates C2064:

// C2064b.cpp
struct C {
   void func1(){}
   void func2(){}
};
 
typedef void (C::*pFunc)();

int main() {
   C c;
   pFunc funcArray[2] = {&C::func1, &C::func2};
   (funcArray[0])();    // C2064
}

Possible resolution:

// C2064c.cpp
struct C {
   void func1(){}
   void func2(){}
};
 
typedef void (C::*pFunc)();

int main() {
   C c;
   pFunc funcArray[2] = {&C::func1, &C::func2};
   (c.* funcArray[0])();
}

The following sample generates C2064:

// C2064d.cpp
struct C {
   typedef void (C::*pFunc)();
   pFunc funcArray[2];
   void func1(){}
   void func2(){}
   C() {
      funcArray[0] = C::func1;
      funcArray[1] = C::func2;
   }
   void func3() {
      (funcArray[0])();   // C2064
   }
};

Possible resolution:

// C2064e.cpp
// compile with: /c
struct C {
   typedef void (C::*pFunc)();
   pFunc funcArray[2];
   void func1(){}
   void func2(){}
   C() {
      funcArray[0] = &C::func1;
      funcArray[1] = &C::func2;
   }
   void func3() {
      (this->* funcArray[0])();
   }
};

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