W8034 Maximum precision used for member pointer type 'type' (C++)

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(Command-line option to suppress warning: -w-mpd)

When a member pointer type is declared, its class has not been fully defined, and the -Vmd option has been used, the compiler has to use the most general (and the least efficient) representation for that member pointer type. This can cause less efficient code to be generated (and make the member pointer type unnecessarily large), and can also cause problems with separate compilation; see the -Vm compiler switch for details.