/vmm - Declare Multiple Inheritance (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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This option specifies the most general representation of a pointer to a member of a class to be one that uses multiple inheritance. This representation is larger than that required for single inheritance. Use the /vmm option with the /vmg - Use Full Generality for Pointers option.

If you use a virtual inheritance model of a class definition for which you declare a pointer to a member, the compiler generates an error.

The corresponding argument to the pointers_to_members pragma is multiple_inheritance.

See Also

Compiler Options | /vmg - Use Full Generality for Pointers | /vms - Declare Single Inheritance | /vmv - Declare Virtual Inheritance

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