how to name an array? and call an array?

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    Post how to name an array? and call an array?

    Well, how to actually tis array
    Code:
    for(x=0;x<6;x++){
       for(y=0;y<6;y++){
       printf(" # ");
       }
    }
    i want to call tis array to like having (array) and set it's position of [0][0] to be a certain value.

    so how to call tis array and set it to like ,,, (array)[0][0] = '!';

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    What array are you talking about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by l2krence View Post
    Well, how to actually tis array
    Code:
    for(x=0;x<6;x++){
       for(y=0;y<6;y++){
       printf(" # ");
       }
    }
    i want to call tis array to like having (array) and set it's position of [0][0] to be a certain value.

    so how to call tis array and set it to like ,,, (array)[0][0] = '!';
    You answered your question right in your own question...

    Code:
    int array[6][6];
    
    for(x=0;x<6;x++){
       for(y=0;y<6;y++){
          array[x][y] = 0;
          printf(" %d ",array[x][y]);
         }
    }
    just like you said...

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    There is a class of pointer types where the grouping is significant.

    For example:
    Code:
    int array[12]
    int (*ptr)[12] = &array;
    Sometimes wrapping things in parentheses means nothing and at other times it is all the difference in type. Careful, there.

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