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Old 02-07-07, 01:56 PM   #5
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Default Re: String Array in C

Originally Posted by Tuork
I think I kinda figured it out. I know it's more or less a 2-dimensional array of chars, I just didn't know how to declare it.

As far as I can tell, its something like this:

char *myArray[10];
char *str = "string!";

myArray[3] = str;

That would leave "string!" in index 3 of myArray, wouldn't it?

yes, myArray[3] would get the pointer value of str. but don't get confused, if you change what str points to down the line, it would also change the value of myArray[3]

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