I used IDA Pro and got the following expression from a produced C file:
v25 = (*(int (**)(void))(v22 + 464))();
I am trying to figure out the meaning of the above expression with the following links:
I start with
(v22 + 464) and then go out of the parenthesis and to the left to the following
But, still can't understand. Any hints?
EDIT: I guess this expression is not a declaration but a function call.
(v22+464) is then cast to a pointer to a pointer to a function that takes void as an argument and returns an int. Then that pointer is dereference and the () operator is applied - the function is called.