Thread: arrays

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    arrays

    hi i have to set up an array i've got the following structure:

    ward good("Good",5);
    Med("Med",5);
    poor("Poor",3);

    Patient GoodPat[5];
    Medpat[5];
    Poorpat[3];

    can someone please rephrase that in c++ as i am having trouble with arrays and c++. I got the above from a book any help would be appreciated thanks

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    Try checking out our two FAQ's before we do your homework, show some effort.

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    Ward condition [3] ={
    good("Good",5),
    Med("Med",5),
    poor("Poor",3),
    };

    Patient condition[3]={
    GoodPat[5],
    Medpat[5],
    Poorpat[3],
    };

    attempted! is that a correct way to declare the arrays? thanks

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    here is a simple array declaration of type integer, with 24 elements. Remember the index for an array begins at 0 not 1.:

    int anArray[24];

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