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Is it possible to bind Delegate to static function without this pointer

Can we do : staticVariableDelegate.CreateStatic(Class::staticVar, &Class::staticFunc)

Product Version: UE 4.14
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asked Feb 17 '17 at 07:09 AM in C++ Programming

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What is Class::staticVar? The function is static, so you don't need an object reference of any kind:


Also, you probably want to use BindStatic, not CreateStatic. CreateStatic will return a new delegate without changing staticVariableDelegate, whereas BindStatic 'assigns' a new binding to staticVariableDelegate. These are interchangeable:

 staticVariableDelegate = FMyDelegateType::CreateStatic(&Class::staticFunc);

Hope this helps,


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answered Feb 17 '17 at 12:45 PM

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