3d arrays

This is a discussion on 3d arrays within the C++ Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; how do i pass 3d arryas into functions? (is it called passing)? eg: char var[22][4][8]; void Addvar(char var[][][])...

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    3d arrays

    how do i pass 3d arryas into functions? (is it called passing)?

    eg:
    char var[22][4][8];

    void Addvar(char var[][][])

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    Code:
    void Addvar(char var)
    and this for reference parameters:
    Code:
    void Addvar(char &var)
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    For array, you should supply the dimension except the 1st one.

    Ex.

    1 dimension

    void Function(char array[])


    2 dimension

    void Function(char array[][10])

    3 dimension

    void Function(char array[][10][20])

    ==> Compiler needs to know the dimension except 1st to compute the address of an array. If you do not specify it.

    array[][][] maybe array[10][10][20] or array[100][2][2], thay make big difference in array addressing

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    thankies!

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