Okay so i've just really started getting into pointers cause i've been working with linked lists, double-linked lists, and (im now trying) binary trees. Here's my problem:

Here's my code:c:\documents and settings\doug.laptop.000\my documents\visual studio 2005\projects\binary tree 2\binary tree 2\main.cpp(105) : error C2440: '=' : cannot convert from 'int *__w64 ' to 'int'

There is no context in which this conversion is possible

What am i doing wrong? My Learn C++ in 21 Days book says that's how you set the pointer to the address of something. The fact that it's an array changes things maybe?Code:#include <iostream> using namespace std; //Node Structure struct node { int data; //Data of the Node (int) node *parent; //Pointer to the Parent Node node *cLeft; //Pointer to the child node on the left node *cRight; //Pointer to the child node on the right }; //Global Variables node *root; node *current; //Function Prototypes void createTree(int numbers[]); //Creates the Tree void addPly(); //Used by createTree, adds another ply/level to the tree void displayTree(); //Displays the Tree void searchTree(int number); //Searches the tree for a certain number void sortNumbers(int numbers[], int *pNum[]); //Sorts an Array of numbers from Lowest to Highest bool assignPointersArray(int numbers[], int *pNum[]); int main() { root = new node; //Clear out memory for the Root node int numbers[10]; //Array of numbers to be represented by the tree int *pNum[10]; //Array of Pointers to the array of numbers if(assignPointersArray(numbers, pNum) == false)//Function which assigns pointers to the numbers { return 1; //Fatal Error } //Get Numbers cout<<"Please Enter 10 Numbers..."<<endl; for(int g=0; g<10; g++) { cout<<"Element "<<(g+1)<<": "; cin>>numbers[g]; } sortNumbers(numbers, pNum); cin.ignore(); createTree(numbers); displayTree(); cin.ignore(); return 0; } void createTree(int numbers[]) { //Create Tree Function } void sortNumbers(int numbers[], int *pNum[]) { //Sort Number Array Function - LO-HI int temp1, temp2; for(int i=0; i<(sizeof(numbers)); i++) { for(int s=0; s<(sizeof(numbers)); s++) { if(numbers[s] > numbers[s+1]) { temp1 = numbers[s]; temp2 = numbers[s+1]; numbers[s] = temp2; numbers[s+1] = temp1; }else if(numbers[s] < numbers[s+1]) { //Nothing - Stay the Same }else if(numbers[s] == numbers[s+1]) { //Nothing - Stay the Same }else{ //Nothing - Stay the Same } } } //Display Array for(int j=0; j<(sizeof(numbers)); j++) { cout<<"Element "<<(j+1)<<" Equals: "<<numbers[j]<<endl; } } void displayTree() { //Display Tree Function } bool assignPointersArray(int numbers[], int *pNum) { //Assign Pointers to Array Elements Function if(sizeof(numbers) != sizeof(pNum)) return false; else{ for(int i=0; i<(sizeof(numbers)); i++) { pNum[i] = &numbers[i]; } return true; } }

Thanks for any help you can give!