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Hello Richard,
Re: Your code will be far more flexible if you use dynamic arrays, rather than fixed size ....

That will not work for this project. It is a telemetry project and the data arrives fast and furious. We are collecting data from very expensive missiles that travel very fast.

I tried using an std::map. It made writing the code much easier, but it was definitely far to slow. Too much overhead in the template libraries. When I was testing the std::map, I stepped into the code to fetch an integer. After about a hundred function calls to get that integer I knew that was the problem. The buffers from the sender were overflowing constantly. As soon as I deleted the map and went to a fixed size array, the cpu time of this application went down to about 1%. I started four copies for four different streams on one machine and had no problem.

The wstring is used when I am reading from a file as the tokenizer needs it. The data is saved in WCHAR (wchar_t) and for real time is used in that format.

So, for a re-cap. I want a declaration of N number of WCHAR strings as in:
WCHAR names[ STRING_COUNT ][ SIZE_OF_STRING ];
I have that working.

Then I want a procedure to take the address of that array of strings and hand it to a local pointer as in:

void Set_Local_Pointer( WCHAR * new_pointer[ STRING_COUNT][SIZE_OF_STRING ] )
{ mp_local_pointer = new_pointer; }

What is the right way to declare mp_local_pointer?
Thank you for your time
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