Help filling array from text file

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    Help filling array from text file

    Hi, I can't seem to figure out where to go from here. I am trying to fill a one-dimensional array from the text file "AG_Midterms_Averaged.txt". How do i scan the text file and then store it into an array?

    The text file is 40 lines of test scores like...

    51.00
    92.00
    34.00
    53.00...

    Here is my code so far
    Code:
    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    
    
    // Function Declarations
    int getData (FILE* spDataIn, long int* studentId, int* score1, int* score2);
    void midtermsAveraged (int score1, int score2, float* scoreAvg);
    int writeMidtermsAvg (FILE* spDataOut, float scoreAvg);
    
    
    int main (void)
    {
    // Local Declarations
    FILE* spDataIn;
    FILE* spDataOut;
    
    long int studentId;
    int score1;
    int score2;
    float scoreAvg;
    
    
    // Statements
    
       printf("Welcome...\n");
       if (!(spDataIn = fopen("/Users/sincerevillanuevaiii/Documents/CIS15/HW8/AG_Midterm.txt", "r")))
       {
        printf("\aError opening employee file\n");
        return 100;
       }
    
       if (!(spDataOut = fopen("AG_Midterms_Averaged.txt", "w")))
       {
        printf("\aError opening employee fileee\n");
        return 102;
       } // of open output
    
       while (getData
             (spDataIn, &studentId, &score1, &score2))
        {
         midtermsAveraged (score1, score2, &scoreAvg);
         writeMidtermsAvg (spDataOut, scoreAvg);
        } // while
    
        fclose(spDataIn);
        fclose(spDataOut);
    
    
        printf("Done\n");
    
    
        return 0;
    } // main
    
    /* ==============================getData=============================
       Reads student data from text file.
          Pre   spDataIn is an open file
                studentId, score1 and score2 are passed by address.
          Post  Reads student info
    */
    int getData (FILE* spDataIn, long int* studentId, int* score1, int* score2)
    {
    // Local Declarations
       int ioResult;
    
    // Statements
       ioResult = fscanf(spDataIn, "%ld %d %d", studentId, score1, score2);
    
       if(ioResult == EOF)
       return 0;
       else
       return 1;
    } // getData
    
    /* ==============================midtermsAveraged=============================
       Determines average test scores based on two tests
          Pre   score1 and score 2 contrain the variables
          Post  scoreAvg copied to address
    */
    void midtermsAveraged (int score1, int score2, float* scoreAvg)
    {
    // Statements
    *scoreAvg = ((score1+score2)/2);
    return;
    } // midtermsAveraged
    
    /*===============================writeMidtermsAvg===============================
      Writes only the averaged score to the new text file.
         Pre   spDataOut is an open file
               scoreAvg has values to write
         Post  Data written to file
    */
    
    int writeMidtermsAvg (FILE* spDataOut, float scoreAvg)
    {
       // Statements
       fprintf(spDataOut, "%.2f\n", scoreAvg);
       return 0;
    } // writeMidtermsAvg
    Thanks

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    I think you are reading the file correctly and storing the values where they should be stored.
    Why can't you fill the array? I mean, if this code is working fine you should be able to store the values in an array, you just need to iterate through the array index and do what you are already doing with the variables.

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    Hey so is this a skeleton program your teacher gave you?

    I think you may want to declare an array and then read the data points into it like this because right now it looks like you are just using your file to store the data as an array; however, i do not have a lot of experience with pointers so i'm not 100% sure what you are doing here.
    Code:
    #Define N 40
    .
    .
    .
    
    int a[N];
    int k=0;
    .
    .
    .
    while ((fscanf(filename,"%i",&a[k]))==1)
    {
    k++;
    }

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