Arrays of objects

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    Arrays of objects

    How can I do the following?

    Code:
        
    Student *sa[3];
        
    *sa[0] = new Student("James");
    *sa[1] = new Student("Jason");
    *sa[2] = new Student("Frank");
    Ohh and the name has to supplyed at runtime.
    Last edited by (Slith++); 07-11-2006 at 01:42 AM.

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    Code:
        
    Student *sa[3];
        
    sa[0] = new Student("James");
    sa[1] = new Student("Jason");
    sa[2] = new Student("Frank");
    You should be able to figure out how to supply the name at run-time unless there's some specific problem that's going to occur but from the minuscule information you provided I'm not sure how to know what's really going on in your program.
    Last edited by Peter5897; 07-11-2006 at 01:51 AM.

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    I swear I tryed that. Ohh well works now.

    Thanks very much

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    Quote Originally Posted by (Slith++)
    How can I do the following?

    Code:
        
    Student *sa[3];
        
    *sa[0] = new Student("James");
    *sa[1] = new Student("Jason");
    *sa[2] = new Student("Frank");
    Ohh and the name has to supplyed at runtime.

    You don't need the dereference operator on each element. Remove them.

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