Interface pointers C++

One note is that you do not need to explicitly cast to an accessible base class, like you do in MyInterface* pMyInterface = (MyInterface*)myclass;. It is an implicit conversion from a pointer/reference to a derived class to that of an accessible base class.

In fact, such casting may introduce bugs if the classes are unrelated.

Find more details in virtual function specifier.

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