c++ – Reference to non-static member function must be called

c++ – Reference to non-static member function must be called

The problem is that buttonClickedEvent is a member function and you need a pointer to member in order to invoke it.

Try this:

void (MyClass::*func)(int);
func = &MyClass::buttonClickedEvent;

And then when you invoke it, you need an object of type MyClass to do so, for example this:

(this->*func)(<argument>);

http://www.codeguru.com/cpp/cpp/article.php/c17401/C-Tutorial-PointertoMember-Function.htm

You may want to have a look at https://isocpp.org/wiki/faq/pointers-to-members#fnptr-vs-memfnptr-types, especially [33.1] Is the type of pointer-to-member-function different from pointer-to-function?

c++ – Reference to non-static member function must be called

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