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kyle007 15-Jul-12 8:02am View
   
It's funny, cause I actually had correct SIZE number in my actual code, but I printf statement wasnt in the for loop, and it was crashing. Just by adding it into for loop made program to work. I honestly, dont see why it would do that, but program works! Thanks a lot Mihai and to guys who previously contributes their suggestion to this code :)
kyle007 15-Jul-12 6:44am View
   
I should've changed it before, but unfortunately it still fails to run
kyle007 14-Jul-12 18:33pm View
   
Hello Andre, I have just modified my code just as you suggested. It compiles, but it fails to run. I cant seem to understand why.
kyle007 14-Jul-12 18:20pm View
   
Well, I understand that there is a casting problem but I have tried to put

records[count].string = (char)strings[count];
records[count].string = strings[count];

and it would still give casting errors. What else should I do?

Now,I know only one way to access the particular parameter of structure, and that's what I've done above when I was trying to access insert number into structure. I dont quite understand your notations, can you please suggest the actual code?

My goal, is to access the structure and insert elements from the arrays I initialized. Could it be that I declared my structure incorrectly in the first place?
Thanks a lot!
kyle007 14-Jul-12 18:19pm View
   
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Well, I understand that there is a casting problem but I have tried to put
<pre lang="c++">records[count].string = (char)strings[count];</pre>
<pre lang="c++">records[count].string = strings[count];</pre>
and it would still give casting errors. What else should I do?

Now,I know only one way to access the particular parameter of structure, and that's what I've done above when I was trying to access insert number into structure. I dont quite understand your notations, can you please suggest the actual code?

My goal, is to access the structure and insert elements from the arrays I initialized. Could it be that I declared my structure incorrectly in the first place?
Thanks a lot!