Thread: array of objects

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    array of objects

    im in a perdicament, i need to declare the monsters in my game. but im not exactly sure of how to do that. so im turning to arrays, my original plan was just to do this

    Character[2] = {Character badguy1,Character badguy2,Character badguy3};
    but that doesnt seem to work. does anyone know of a better way to declare my enemies or perhaps code that would essentially do the same as the code aboce.

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    Character badguy[3];
    cout << "The monster has " << badguy[2].GetHealth() << " health points." << endl;
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