I have done far more work in C then C++, but I decide to take a look at C++. Wen you create an array say:
What do you use to initialize it?
If i do:
char b = 'a','b','c','d','e'; //as it would be done in C
I get an invalid initializer error.
If I do it like this:
char b = "abcde";
it says it is to many characters.
How stupid am I being?