Thread: How can I create multiple variables in C?

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    How can I create multiple variables in C?

    Currently I have the following, (except many more than just 5 windows).

    WINDOW *vwin1, *vwin2, *vwin3, *vwin4, *vwin5;

    Is it possible to create the above in a for loop? The below doesn't work. I don't know what to use, obviously [i] isn't it. In bash, a simple $i would work.

    int i;
    for ( i = 1; i < 6; i++ )
         WINDOW *vwin[i];

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    > WINDOW *vwin[i];
    Put this outside the loop.
    WINDOW *vwin[6];

    Oh, and arrays start at subscript 0, not 1.
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