My question comesdown to storage class. I have following set-up. The create routine works as it should and creates an array,
void mycreatedynamicstorage(int **MyArray)
by malloc -allocate some 2D storage for the variable above.
void populatestorage(int **MyArray)
Simply populate the sample.
but when it is sent to the next function it seems that I get a segmentaion fault and it would appear the array has gone
missing. Should I use a storage class for this. Now these routines are tested and work if I dont not explicity call the arrays
in the function and place the int **MyArray out of the main and into global. Please help if you can, I would send the code, but
I amworking on Linux without a connection so have had to type in the salient points. Thanks