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Assume the array of char pointers char * A[4] // fill it with {"welcome to c++II", "see the powerfull of pointers" , "work hard", "Good Luck"}

1.Write a function to reverse the array

2.Write a function to reverse a selected line

3.Write a function to print the most repeated character in the array.

4.Write a function that returns a string of all vowel characters in the array.



i need to solve this equation with function using pointers
please any one could solve it


What I have tried:

I tried to solve the problem but I cannot write the code correctly
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Updated 19-Dec-20 6:46am

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please any one could solve it

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mousa131201 19-Dec-20 12:10pm    
I tried the first two but I don’t know if it’s true or not
I don't know what to write in main
#include <iostream>
using namespace std;

void revArr(char* A[], int size){
char* tmp;
int j = size - 1;
for (int i = 0; i < size; i++){
tmp = A[i];
A[i] = A[j];
A[j] = tmp;
j--;
}
}

void printRev(char* A[], int line){
line -= 1;
int size = 0;
while(A[line][size] != '\0'){
size++;
}
while(--size >= 0){
cout << A[line][size];
}
cout << endl;
}
OriginalGriff 19-Dec-20 14:00pm    
Well ... you could try calling the functions ... :D
mousa131201 19-Dec-20 15:21pm    
this is right or not

main()
{
char * A[4]={"welcome to c++II", "see the powerfull of pointers" , "work hard", "Good Luck"};

cout<
OriginalGriff 19-Dec-20 15:22pm    
Try it and see ... I can't even read more than three lines ...
Patrice T 19-Dec-20 18:32pm    
Use Improve question to update your question.
So that everyone can pay attention to this information.
C++
char * A[4] = { "welcome to c++II", "see the powerfull of pointers" , "work hard", "Good Luck"};

// use a temporary pointer to access any string:
char* stringOne = A[0];

Stop and think about the requirements of each function. How would you reverse the array, do you need a copy of the array or can you rearrange its contents in place? Sometimes it helps to draw things on paper and try to visualise each step in the process.

Try the first function, and when you have that working go on to the next one.
 
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CPallini 19-Dec-20 13:18pm    
5.

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