Whenever I see something like array[n++], I get a bit confused...because I don't really see it that often. Does that kind of syntax come in handy for anything? It's just a way to compound:Right? I see it used a lot in loops too, and it kind of throws me off. I've seen it used in a SetString() function too.Code:array[n]=n; n++;
And while I'm at it...I should ask: if you wish to pass an array into a function (which I don't think you can do), you would just pass the address of the first element as a pointer, and the number of elements there are in total as an int, right?