C++ struct function with return struct ...



  • Sorry, I have not yet mastered the C ++ and even the use of struct ... so I tried to do that in order to optimize the code ... I have to find in many function of my Qthread the same values type (using the same calculation and parameter) ​​but from different images. ...

    the wrong code:

    int F_intbarix = 0, F_intbariy = 0;
    double F_lung1 = 0, F_lung11 = 0, F_lung2 = 0, F_lung3 = 0, F_lung4 = 0, F_lung5 = 0, F_barix = 0, F_bariy = 0, F_bariangle = 0, F_bariangle_template = 0;
    cv::Point F_centrale = cv::Point(0 ,0);
    
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc;
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc1;
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
    cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc;
    cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc1;
    cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc_pt2;
    cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc_pt3;
    
    struct Find_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet{
        cv::Point2f Square_Points[4];
        bool Find_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Find_Lower_Half_Square;
    };
    
    struct Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet{
        cv::Point Get_cent;
        cv::Point Get_rect_risc;
        cv::Point Get_rect_risc1;
        cv::Point Get_rect_risc_pt2;
        cv::Point Get_rect_risc_pt3;
        double X_Point;
        double Y_point;
        double Angle;
        bool Major_Side1;
        bool Major_Side2;
        bool Get_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Get_Lower_Half_Square;
    };
    
    
    
    class datathread : public QThread
    {
            Q_OBJECT
    public:
        explicit datathread(QObject *parent = 0, bool bthw = false);
        void run();
            bool Stop;
    
    
            Find_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet Find_A_Cent_P( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square)
            {
    
                F_lung1 = 0;
                F_lung2 = 0;
                F_lung3 = 0;
                F_lung4 = 0;
                F_lung5 = 0;
                F_barix = 0;
                F_bariy = 0;
                F_intbarix = 0;
                F_intbariy = 0;
                F_bariangle = 0;
    
                F_lung1 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[0].x - Square_Points[1].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[0].y - Square_Points[1].y),2)), 0.5);
                F_lung2 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[1].x - Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[1].y - Square_Points[2].y),2)), 0.5);
    
                if (F_lung2 > F_lung1)
                {
                    F_lung3 = F_lung2;
                    F_lung4 = std::pow((std::pow((-Square_Points[1].x + Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((0),2)), 0.5);
                    F_lung5 = std::pow((std::pow((-Square_Points[1].y + Square_Points[2].y),2) + std::pow((0),2)), 0.5);
                    F_barix = ((Square_Points[0].x + Square_Points[1].x + Square_Points[2].x + Square_Points[3].x)/4);
                    F_bariy = ((Square_Points[0].y + Square_Points[1].y + Square_Points[2].y + Square_Points[3].y)/4);
                    F_intbarix = round(F_barix);
                    F_intbariy = round(F_bariy);
                    F_bariangle = (std::atan2((Square_Points[2].y - Square_Points[1].y),(Square_Points[2].x - Square_Points[1].x))*180.00/3.1415926535);
                    F_centrale = cv::Point(F_intbarix, F_intbariy);
                    F_bariangle_template = F_bariangle;
                    if(Find_Upper_Half_Square)
                    {
                         F_mezzo_rect_risc = cv::Point(round((Square_Points[0].x + Square_Points[1].x)/2), round((Square_Points[0].y + Square_Points[1].y)/2));
                         F_mezzo_rect_risc1 = cv::Point(round((Square_Points[2].x + Square_Points[3].x)/2), round((Square_Points[2].y + Square_Points[3].y)/2));
                         F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = cv::Point(Square_Points[2].x, Square_Points[2].y);
                         F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = cv::Point(Square_Points[1].x, Square_Points[1].y);
                    }
                    else if (Find_Lower_Half_Square)
                    {
    
    
    
    
    
    
    
                Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet Get_A_Cent_P;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_centrale = F_centrale;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_mezzo_rect_risc = F_mezzo_rect_risc;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1 = F_mezzo_rect_risc1;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
                Get_A_Cent_P.X_Point = F_intbarix;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Y_point = F_intbariy;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Angle = F_bariangle_template;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Major_Side1 = false;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Major_Side2 = false;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_Upper_Half_Square  = false;
                Get_A_Cent_P.Get_Lower_Half_Square = false;
    
                return Get_A_Cent_P;
    
            }
    

    the error is :

    datathread.h:222: error: could not convert 'Get_A_Cent_P' from 'Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet' to 'Find_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet'
                 return Get_A_Cent_P;
                        ^
    

    I have try to put my center-find function on datathread.h and my intention is to call it more time in datathread.cpp .... Is my strategy wrong or not permitted in C++??

    Regards
    Giorgio


  • Qt Champions 2016

    Hi
    A struct is a type
    and it will not just convert between them.

    Your naming of the structs is very verbose and hard to read & understand as you make
    the type look like function name.

    it seems you define
    Find_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet Find_A_Cent_P(xx)

    so return type is Find_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet
    and in the function you define
    Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet Get_A_Cent_P;
    return Get_A_Cent_P; << this is not correct type to return.



  • @mrjj ok I suspect these ... I understand not possible return other struct type .... but I can define these struct and use these struct func?:

    struct a{
    int x;
    double y;
    cv::Point cerr0;
    cv::Point cerr1;
    cv::Point cerr2;
    cv::Point cerr3;
    }
    
    ........
    
    a afunc (cv::Point cerr0){  /* <---------- no pass all value of a struct only one .... but return all*/
    /*my operation .....*/
    afunc.x = some_value0;
    afunc.y = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr0 = some_value0;
    afunc.cerr1 = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr2 = some_value2;
    afunc.cerr3 = some_value3;
    
    return afunc;
    }
    
    These is valid use of struct func??
    
    regards
    Giorgio
    
    
    
    
    

  • Qt Champions 2016

    Yes, thats correct but its a type so it wont convert.

    so if you say

    struct A;
    struct B;

    A myfunc() {
    A mine;
    return mine; // ok correct type
    }

    A myfunc() {
    B mine;
    return mine; // error B is not A type
    }


  • Moderators

    @gfxx said in C++ struct function with return struct ...:

    a afunc (cv::Point cerr0){ /* <---------- no pass all value of a struct only one .... but return all*/
    /my operation ...../
    afunc.x = some_value0;
    afunc.y = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr0 = some_value0;
    afunc.cerr1 = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr2 = some_value2;
    afunc.cerr3 = some_value3;

    return afunc;
    }

    This does not make any sense. You probably mean:

    a afunc (cv::Point cerr0){
        /*my operation .....*/
        a result;
        result.x = some_value0;
        result.y = some_value1;
        result.cerr0 = some_value0;
        result.cerr1 = some_value1;
        result.cerr2 = some_value2;
        result.cerr3 = some_value3;
    
        return result;
    }
    


  • @jsulm said in C++ struct function with return struct ...:

    @gfxx said in C++ struct function with return struct ...:

    a afunc (cv::Point cerr0){ /* <---------- no pass all value of a struct only one .... but return all*/
    /my operation ...../
    afunc.x = some_value0;
    afunc.y = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr0 = some_value0;
    afunc.cerr1 = some_value1;
    afunc.cerr2 = some_value2;
    afunc.cerr3 = some_value3;

    return afunc;
    }

    This does not make any sense. You probably mean:

    a afunc (cv::Point cerr0){
        /*my operation .....*/
        a result;
        result.x = some_value0;
        result.y = some_value1;
        result.cerr0 = some_value0;
        result.cerr1 = some_value1;
        result.cerr2 = some_value2;
        result.cerr3 = some_value3;
    
        return result;
    }
    

    You are perfectly in right .... but anyhow the function is write in my file.h and I would reuse it in file.ccp ... but if in file.cpp i write:

     afunc (cv::Point myvalue);
    
    /* I expect to be able to write these:*/
    
    myvar1 = result.x;
    myvar2 = result.y;
    etc. etc....
    
    /*but these is not possible .... or qt not permit it*/
    

    Regards
    Giorgio



  • Hi,
    "result" is a local variable in "afunc". You cannot expect it to be known outside of "afunc". This is no restriction of Qt but a feature of the C++ language. But you can write something like this:

    a result=afunc(myvalue);
    myvar1 = result.x;
    myvar2 = result.y;
    

    -Michael.



  • @m.sue Tanks A lot I have just read in an ebook this peculiarity of the struct .... I have many elements struct each one with a calculation and a return .... something like these:

    struct a{
    int x;
    double y;
    cv::Point cerr0;
    cv::Point cerr1;
    cv::Point cerr2;
    cv::Point cerr3;
    cv::Point result1() { return /* some long calculation*/};
    cv::Point result2() {return  /* some long calculation*/};
    cv::Point result3() {return  /* some long calculation*/};
    
    }
    
    ........
    
    afunc (cv::Point cerr0){  /* so in my file.cpp i can write these*/
    some_value0 = afunc.result1;
    some_value1 = afunc.result2;
    some_value2 = afunc.result3;
    
    

    In my case I think is a little bit more long as I expect .... :( ..so I try your suggest to try to simplify my function ...

    Regards
    Giorgio



  • @gfxx ...NOT WORK ...

    my real code:

    /******************in my file.h*-***********************/
    
     FindAngleCPointTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool a, bool b, bool c, bool d)
        {
    
            FindAngleCPointTarghet FindTarghet;
    
            F_lung1 = 0;
            F_lung2 = 0;
            F_lung3 = 0;
            F_lung4 = 0;
            F_lung5 = 0;
            F_barix = 0;
            F_bariy = 0;
            F_intbarix = 0;
            F_intbariy = 0;
            F_bariangle = 0;
            bool choose0 = false, choose1 = false, choose2 = false, choose3 = false;
    
            F_lung1 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[0].x - Square_Points[1].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[0].y - Square_Points[1].y),2)), 0.5);
            F_lung2 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[1].x - Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[1].y - Square_Points[2].y),2)), 0.5);
    
            if (F_lung2 > F_lung1)
            {
                F_lung3 = F_lung2;
                F_lung4 = std::pow((std::pow((-Square_Points[1].x + Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((0),2)), 0.5);
                F_lung5 = std::pow((std::pow((-Square_Points[1].y + Square_Points[2].y),2) + std::pow((0),2)), 0.5);
                F_barix = ((Square_Points[0].x + Square_Points[1].x + Square_Points[2].x + Square_Points[3].x)/4);
                F_bariy = ((Square_Points[0].y + Square_Points[1].y + Square_Points[2].y + Square_Points[3].y)/4);
                F_intbarix = round(F_barix);
                F_intbariy = round(F_bariy);
                F_bariangle = (std::atan2((Square_Points[2].y - Square_Points[1].y),(Square_Points[2].x - Square_Points[1].x))*180.00/3.1415926535);
                F_centrale = cv::Point(F_intbarix, F_intbariy);
                F_bariangle_template = F_bariangle;
                if(a)
                {
    
    ..................
    /*the calculation proceed for 180 row with the same variable declared here ... the result ( FindTarghet.Get_centrale etc)  value change if a-b or a-d or etc etc bool value is true or false ....*/
    ..................
    
            FindTarghet.Get_centrale = F_centrale;
            FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc = F_mezzo_rect_risc;
            FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1 = F_mezzo_rect_risc1;
            FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
            FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
            FindTarghet.X_Point = F_intbarix;
            FindTarghet.Y_point = F_intbariy;
            FindTarghet.Angle = F_bariangle_template;
            FindTarghet.Major_Side1 = false;
            FindTarghet.Major_Side2 = false;
            FindTarghet.Get_Upper_Half_Square  = false;
            FindTarghet.Get_Lower_Half_Square = false;
    
            return FindTarghet;
    
    
    /* than in my file.ccp*******************/
    
    FindAngleCPointTarghet TarghetResutl = FindCentPoint(rect_points, targhet_verticale, targhet_orizzontale);
    centrale =  TarghetResutl.Get_centrale;
    mezzo_rect_risc = TarghetResutl.Get_mezzo_rect_risc;
    mezzo_rect_risc1 = TarghetResutl.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1;
    mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = TarghetResutl.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
    mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = TarghetResutl.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
    intbarix = TarghetResutl.X_Point;
    intbariy = TarghetResutl.Y_point;
    bariangle = TarghetResutl.Angle;
    
    /***********the error .... 380 error signed .... a memeory allocation id/name problem I think****************/
    (.bss+0x120):-1: error: multiple definition of `F_lung4'
    (.bss+0x128):-1: error: multiple definition of `F_lung3' .... etc etc.... all identical error but for all variable used during calculation ....
    
        }
    

    I'm explain my better ... I try to make in file.h a struct function with struct return value .... As you see


  • Qt Champions 2016

    If you include data in .h file, you can get this error
    multiple definition of XXX

    Im not sure why this is so complex.

    --
    MYS.h

    struct MyStruct { // DEFINE
    int Value;
    };

    MyStruct MyFunc(); // DEFINE

    --
    MYS.cpp

    MyStruct MyFunc() { // IMPLEMENT
    MyStruct localcopy;
    localcopy.Value=100;
    return localcopy;
    }

    -- in some file--
    #include "MYS.h"

    void buttonClick() {
    MyStruct usedhere = MyFunc(); // USING

    }



  • MYS = MYQThread so....

    --
     MYQThread .h
    
    struct MyStruct { // DEFINE
    int Value;
    };
    /* now I try to do these*/
    MyStruct MyFunc(with  parameter){some calculation with pnota bene arameter and some other local variable}; // DEFINE
    --
     MYQThread .cpp
    
    MyStruct MyFunc() { // IMPLEMENT /* so your answer is : " in these local copy make your calculation" ... is right?*/
    MyStruct localcopy;
    localcopy.Value=100;
    return localcopy;
    }
    
    -- in these  MYQThread.cpp-- /* but my file.h and file.cpp is the same so is not possible do these ....*/
    #include " MYQThread .h"
    
    void buttonClick() {
    MyStruct usedhere = MyFunc(); // USING
    
    }
    

    If I understand well your reply you think mi struct function is utilize in other part of my app ... but is define in QThread.h and implement + utilized in QThread.cpp

    Regards
    Giorgio

    Note:
    @mrjj perhaps your answer sounds like you'd better build a class that a struct func ....


  • Qt Champions 2016

    make sure that
    MYQThread .cpp

    MyStruct MyFunc(same params as in .h) {...}

    No sure i understand
    /* but my file.h and file.cpp is the same so is not possible do these*/

    why is file.cpp and file.h the same?

    Also for the use

    void buttonClick() {
    MyStruct usedhere = MyFunc( ACTUAL PARAMETERS); // USING

    }



  • /***********MYQThread .h*****************/
    
    struct FindACPTarghet{
        cv::Point2f Square_Points[4];
        bool Find_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Find_Lower_Half_Square;
        cv::Point Get_centrale;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc1;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
        double X_Point;
        double Y_point;
        double Angle;
        bool Major_Side1;
        bool Major_Side2;
        bool Get_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Get_Lower_Half_Square;
        //Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet GetDataTarghet;
    }/*FindCentPoint*/;
    
    class datathread : public QThread
    {
            Q_OBJECT
    public:
        explicit datathread(QObject *parent = 0, bool bthw = false);
        void run();
        bool Stop;
    
        FindACPTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square);
    
    /***********MYQThread .cpp*****************/
    
    FindACPTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square)
    {
    
        FindACPTarghet FindTarghet;  <----------------------------------------
    
        F_lung1 = 0;
        F_lung2 = 0;
        F_lung3 = 0;
        F_lung4 = 0;
        F_lung5 = 0;
        F_barix = 0;
        F_bariy = 0;
        F_intbarix = 0;
        F_intbariy = 0;
        F_bariangle = 0;
        bool choose0 = false, choose1 = false, choose2 = false, choose3 = false;
    
        F_lung1 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[0].x - Square_Points[1].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[0].y - Square_Points[1].y),2)), 0.5);
        F_lung2 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[1].x - Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[1].y - Square_Points[2].y),2)), 0.5);
    
        if (F_lung2 > F_lung1)
        {..................
    ........................
    
        FindTarghet.Get_centrale = F_centrale;  <--------------------------------- /*******************************undefined error reference**********************/
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc = F_mezzo_rect_risc;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1 = F_mezzo_rect_risc1;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
        FindTarghet.X_Point = F_intbarix;
        FindTarghet.Y_point = F_intbariy;
        FindTarghet.Angle = F_bariangle_template;
        FindTarghet.Major_Side1 = false;
        FindTarghet.Major_Side2 = false;
        FindTarghet.Get_Upper_Half_Square  = false;
        FindTarghet.Get_Lower_Half_Square = false;
    
        return FindTarghet;
    
    }
    
    /***********MYQThread .cpp    qthread::run*****************/
    void datathread::run()   
    {
    ...
    ...
    ...
    
    FindACPTarghet OneTarghet = FindCentPoint(rect_points, true, false);
                                      centrale =  OneTarghet.Get_centrale;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc1 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
                                      intbarix = OneTarghet.X_Point;
                                      intbariy = OneTarghet.Y_point;
                                      bariangle = OneTarghet.Angle;
    
    

    Not understand very well why I can't use return with struct ....

    Regards
    Giorgio


  • Qt Champions 2016

    But you can use struct as return. :)

    FindTarghet.Get_centrale = F_centrale;

    what is F_central?
    I dont see you define it ?
    so that would explain "undefined"



  • @mrjj mmm....

    
    /********* as global var in MYQThread .cpp*****************/
    int F_intbarix = 0, F_intbariy = 0;
    double F_lung1 = 0, F_lung11 = 0, F_lung2 = 0, F_lung3 = 0, F_lung4 = 0, F_lung5 = 0, F_barix = 0, F_bariy = 0, F_bariangle = 0, F_bariangle_template = 0;
    int DeF_barix = 0, DeF_bariy = 0, DeF_bariangle = 0, DeF_bariangle_template = 0;
    int X_mezzo_rect_risc = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc = 0, X_mezzo_rect_risc1 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc1 = 0;
    int X_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = 0, X_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = 0;
    int DeF_Major_Side1 = 0, DeF_Major_Side2 = 0, DeF_Get_Upper_Half_Square = 0, DeF_Get_Lower_Half_Square = 0;
    
    cv::Point F_centrale = cv::Point(0 ,0); <------------------------------------------------------- /****** and use these variable into calculation and as result too... so i put it into return struc as you see****/
    
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc = cv::Point(0 ,0);
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc1 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
    cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
    

    Regards
    giorgio



  • @gfxx so I try to define F_centrale into struc func..

    FindACPTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square)
    {
    
        FindACPTarghet FindTarghet;  <----------------------------------------
    
       int F_intbarix = 0, F_intbariy = 0;
        double F_lung1 = 0, F_lung11 = 0, F_lung2 = 0, F_lung3 = 0, F_lung4 = 0, F_lung5 = 0, F_barix = 0, F_bariy = 0, F_bariangle = 0, F_bariangle_template = 0;
        int DeF_barix = 0, DeF_bariy = 0, DeF_bariangle = 0, DeF_bariangle_template = 0;
        int X_mezzo_rect_risc = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc = 0, X_mezzo_rect_risc1 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc1 = 0;
        int X_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = 0, X_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = 0, Y_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = 0;
        int DeF_Major_Side1 = 0, DeF_Major_Side2 = 0, DeF_Get_Upper_Half_Square = 0, DeF_Get_Lower_Half_Square = 0;
    
        cv::Point F_centrale = cv::Point(0 ,0);
    
        cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc1 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc1 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc_pt2 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        cv::Point F_un_quarto_rect_risc_pt3 = cv::Point(0 ,0);
        bool choose0 = false, choose1 = false, choose2 = false, choose3 = false;
    
        F_lung1 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[0].x - Square_Points[1].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[0].y - Square_Points[1].y),2)), 0.5);
        F_lung2 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[1].x - Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[1].y - Square_Points[2].y),2)), 0.5);
    
        if (F_lung2 > F_lung1)
        {..................
    

    but result is the same...

    Regards
    giorgio



  • @gfxx Ok the function works whithout error ... but I have 0 result value for all variables ....

    Regards
    giorgio



  • @gfxx mmm.... these type of approach is not desirable in my case ... so at the last I solve my problem wit a specific c++ class with function that return struct result ... if someone had this same problem or wish to create a class with a return statement struct or a void with a return struct placed here the basic steps ....

    /*************************FILE.h*********************************/
    
    #ifndef FILE_H
    #define FILE_H
    
    #include <QThread> /**** and other magic include ****/
    #include <QtCore/QVariant>
    .....
    
    
    struct myFirstStruct{
        cv::Point2f Square_Points[4];
        bool Up1_2Square;
        bool Down1_2Square;
        bool returnValue1;
        bool returnValue2;
        ...... /***other member DECLARE ***/
    
    };
    
    
    
    class File
    {
    public:
        File();
    
        myFirstStruct myVoid( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Up1_2Square, bool Down1_2Square);
        struct myFirstStruct MyIstance;
    
    private:
    
    
    };
    
    #endif // FILE_H
    
    /*************************FILE.cpp*********************************/
    
    #include "File.h"
    
    
    
    File::File()
    {
    
    }
    
    
      myFirstStruct File::myVoid(cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Up1_2Square, bool Down1_2Square)
        {
    /***do somethings*****/
    
    MyIstance.returnValue1 = calculatedvalue1;
    MyIstance.returnValue2 = calculatedvalue2;
    
    return MyIstance;
    }
    
    /*************************InSomeFileOfYourApp.cpp*********************************/
    
    #include "File.h"
    
    int var1; .....
    
    Your::mainOrSub(){
    
    File MyClassIstance;
    
    MyClassIstance.myVoid(cv-point-value, bool-value, bool-value);
    
    yourCalculatedData1 =  myVoid.MyIstance.returnValue1;
    yourCalculatedData2 =  myVoid.MyIstance.returnValue2;
    
    .......
    }
    
    
    
    

    I hope These Help someone ...
    Regards
    Giorgio



  • @gfxx Class and Struct are the same thing.

    struct MyClass{
    // stuff
    };
    // is the same as:
    class MyClass{
    public:
    // stuff
    };
    

    see http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/classes/ for a quick overview of how to use classes and structs



  • @VRonin yes struct and class is quite similar .... but not the same things..... I know .. some C programmers not like class and prefer struct .... When I was A good programmer I use me too only struct and no class .... but for now I'm happy class exist .... ;)

    regards
    Giorgio



  • @gfxx C has no classes. C has only structs and they cannot contain methods, just members. C is not an object oriented language. In C++ they are the same, the only difference is the default access level (public for struct, private for class)

    http://www.geeksforgeeks.org/g-fact-76/



  • @VRonin I Know that C has no classes .. I use it sometime, but I study it only 10 year ago and not use it for long long time ...... but I also know that many good programmers using C ++ but most use C do not really like the classes especially if you can use the struct .... but unfortunately I'm not a good programmer ... so use the classes and I facilitate my work .... anyway thanks to this link so today I can learn something new. :))

    anyhow I'm not a good programmer and if you would suggest me some modification to my code example, in order to make me able to use struct instead class I'm happy to receive your suggest.

    Some post ago I write these snip:

    /***********MYQThread .h*****************/
    
    struct FindACPTarghet{
        cv::Point2f Square_Points[4];
        bool Find_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Find_Lower_Half_Square;
        cv::Point Get_centrale;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc1;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
        cv::Point Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
        double X_Point;
        double Y_point;
        double Angle;
        bool Major_Side1;
        bool Major_Side2;
        bool Get_Upper_Half_Square;
        bool Get_Lower_Half_Square;
        //Get_Angle_Central_Point_Targhet GetDataTarghet;
    }/*FindCentPoint*/;
    
    class datathread : public QThread
    {
            Q_OBJECT
    public:
        explicit datathread(QObject *parent = 0, bool bthw = false);
        void run();
        bool Stop;
    
        FindACPTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square);
    
    /***********MYQThread .cpp*****************/
    
    FindACPTarghet FindCentPoint( cv::Point2f Square_Points[4], bool Find_Upper_Half_Square, bool Find_Lower_Half_Square)
    {
    
        FindACPTarghet FindTarghet;  <----------------------------------------
    
        F_lung1 = 0;
        F_lung2 = 0;
        F_lung3 = 0;
        F_lung4 = 0;
        F_lung5 = 0;
        F_barix = 0;
        F_bariy = 0;
        F_intbarix = 0;
        F_intbariy = 0;
        F_bariangle = 0;
        bool choose0 = false, choose1 = false, choose2 = false, choose3 = false;
    
        F_lung1 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[0].x - Square_Points[1].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[0].y - Square_Points[1].y),2)), 0.5);
        F_lung2 = std::pow((std::pow((Square_Points[1].x - Square_Points[2].x),2) + std::pow((Square_Points[1].y - Square_Points[2].y),2)), 0.5);
    
        if (F_lung2 > F_lung1)
        {..................
    ........................
    
        FindTarghet.Get_centrale = F_centrale;  <--------------------------------- /*******************************undefined error reference**********************/
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc = F_mezzo_rect_risc;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1 = F_mezzo_rect_risc1;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
        FindTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = F_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
        FindTarghet.X_Point = F_intbarix;
        FindTarghet.Y_point = F_intbariy;
        FindTarghet.Angle = F_bariangle_template;
        FindTarghet.Major_Side1 = false;
        FindTarghet.Major_Side2 = false;
        FindTarghet.Get_Upper_Half_Square  = false;
        FindTarghet.Get_Lower_Half_Square = false;
    
        return FindTarghet;
    
    }
    
    /***********MYQThread .cpp    qthread::run*****************/
    void datathread::run()   
    {
    ...
    ...
    ...
    
    FindACPTarghet OneTarghet = FindCentPoint(rect_points, true, false);
                                      centrale =  OneTarghet.Get_centrale;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc1 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc1;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc_pt2 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt2;
                                      mezzo_rect_risc_pt3 = OneTarghet.Get_mezzo_rect_risc_pt3;
                                      intbarix = OneTarghet.X_Point;
                                      intbariy = OneTarghet.Y_point;
                                      bariangle = OneTarghet.Angle;
    

    Not work ... but compile is ok...

    Thank a lot
    Giorgio


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