I tried to look for an answer using search the forum, but it hasn't been working for the last couple of days, unfortunately...

Maybe someone could point out where is the problem with this two dimensional array pointer? The problem arises in the function sumsquares, it supposed to take address of the array , rows and columns as parameters. However, compiler tells me there is no notation of an array pointer inside the function. I tried different things over the last 2 days and still nothing. What is the problem?

Thanks in advance...Code:#include <stdio.h> #include <math.h> #include <stdlib.h> /* function prototypes */ void GetData( int num[][4]); double sumsquares ( int *, int, int ); int main( void ) { int num[3][4] = {0}; int rows = 3; int col = 4; double sumsq = 0.0; int *num_ptr; num_ptr= &num[3][4]; GetData(num); sumsq = sumsquares( &num[3][4], rows, col ); printf( "The sum of squares of each integer is: %.0f.\n", sumsq); return 0; } /******************************* sumsquares() *********************************/ double sumsquares( int *num_ptr, int rows, int col ) { double sum = 0; double temp1 = 0; double temp2 = 0; double temp3 = 0; for ( rows = 0, col = 0; col < 4; col++) { temp1 += pow( num_ptr[rows][col], 2.0 ); } for ( rows = 1, col = 0; col < 4; col++) { temp2 += pow( num_ptr[rows][col], 2.0 ); } for ( rows = 2, col = 0; col < 4; col++) { temp3 += pow( num_ptr[rows][col], 2.0 ); } sum = temp1 + temp2 + temp3; return sum; } /******************************* GetData() ***************************/ void GetData( int num[][4] ) { int i = 0; char instring[15] = {0}; printf( "Please enter the first row of four integers now: \n" ); for ( i = 0; i < 4; i++ ) { printf( "#%2d: ", i + 1 ); num[0][i] = atoi( gets( instring ) ); } printf( "Please enter the second row of four integers now: \n" ); for ( i = 0; i < 4; i++ ) { printf( "#%2d: ", i + 1 ); num[1][i] = atoi( gets( instring ) ); } printf( "Please enter the third row of four integers now: \n" ); for ( i = 0; i < 4; i++ ) { printf( "#%2d: ", i + 1 ); num[2][i] = atoi( gets( instring ) ); } }