Problem passing pointers between functions
Hey guys, I'm obviously somewhat new to C and am having problems passing pointers between functions in two different .c files.
Basically, I have this in main.c:
printf("Address of jump: %d\n", &jump);
store(&jump, address, op);
and in table.c I have:
void store(table *tab, int val, char* k)
printf("Address of received table: %d\n", &tab);
jump itself is declared in a global header file. It is a typedef struct.
When I run the program, I get this:
Address of jumpTable: 17669248
Address of received table: 3341436
Why on Earth are the addresses being pointed to changing when I pass them to different functions? I've been looking around everywhere I can for answers but have not been able to find any. Please help me out!
* Obviously I've removed most of my program to focus on what (I think) are the relevant bits. If more info is needed, please just let me know.