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Old 02-07-07, 01:02 PM   #3
Imbroglio
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Default Re: String Array in C

exactly like rhink stated.

"strings" are already an array terminated by null characters

an array of strings:
0: [a][p][p][l][e][\0]
1: [o][r][a][n][g][e][\0]
.
.
.
etc

so if you wanted to get to the 'n' in orange, the location would be [1][3], and that is printed as a char.

i don't know if this helps, if your question is more advanced i could probably answer it if you ask the question.

are you looking to create an array of strings? like a matrix array of char? looking at your question again, i'm not quite sure what you're asking.
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