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    on ericwu when you had those as separate...

    on ericwu



    when you had those as separate files... you have called the create function as

    create(front, end); // This is pass by value

    and in create function create(struct data *front,...
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    hi ericwu, here i modify your create function and...

    hi ericwu, here i modify your create function and also in main() to work correctly

    inside main() call...as


    create(&front,&end);
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    Thanks to all... but still i could not ensure is...

    Thanks to all... but still i could not ensure is it compatible with C99 !?.. but i assume it is not... with all 'C' and doze off by collegue. :-)
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    quzah... I understand that it is wrong to...

    quzah...


    I understand that it is wrong to access the pointer as array.. But one of my collegue informed that it is compatible in C99 so i tried..

    what is the wrong on it... !?


    Dont think...
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    And now i tried this as below and it compiles.. i...

    And now i tried this as below and it compiles.. i am not sure is it ok..



    #include <stdio.h>
    struct structag
    {
    int a;
    struct structag *ptr;
    };
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    Thanks salem... since i dont want to declare...

    Thanks salem...

    since i dont want to declare it as array of pointers since, i dont know the size in the compile time, so i have declared this as pointer itself.. (i assume not wrong)

    But...
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    Quzah.. Is my question is not understandable ......

    Quzah.. Is my question is not understandable ...

    I am not having a problem in posting it... But it is in my linux environment.. i am posting this question from XP...
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    Incompatible pointer type !?

    hi

    i am having an structure like



    struct structag
    {
    datatype datavariable;
    struct structag *ptr2struct;
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    Thanks grumpy ...

    Thanks grumpy ...
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    why Multiple define error ...

    hi,

    i have created a header file with guard and it looks like

    somehead.h as

    .
    .
    some #defines
    .
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