In msg #5 of "select() for references" thread, we've reiterated the "baked in" aspect of ArBB compilation and C++ pointers.
How does this work for the this pointer? How do we write class member functions e.g. to take advantage of compiling ArBB closures and saving these as class static and/or function static objects to be called later?
For example, say that for converting from between two ArBB-based user classes we might havea _assign(&RHS) function in a base classto define the work for operator= in a derived class... how do we capture/call the _assign() to best make use of ArBB?
What options do we have for when these compilations are built, e.g: 1)at the beginningof program execution, 2)anytime we choose, 3) when the class is first used, or 4) when the first _assign() is required?