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  1. fixed the things Quzah wrote & others. The new...

    fixed the things Quzah wrote & others. The new version:


    char *ConSort(PERSON arr[TOT])
    {
    int i=0, j;
    char *temp=NULL, **Lname[TOT];

    while( i<TOT )
    {
  2. convert from data structure to array of strings & sort

    I have data struct of Citizens I need to transfer them to array of string, then sort that array.
    This is what I wrote:


    ConSort(PERSON arr[TOT])
    {
    int i=0, j;
    char *temp=NULL, **Lname[TOT];...
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    only when I put >while (i

    only when I put
    >while (i<STN)
    in first loop, can function work.
    didn't manage to find any other solution to it.



    FindLines (LINE *L)
    {
    int i=0, orgn, dest;
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    This is my modified function, as I understood...

    This is my modified function, as I understood your offer:


    FindLines (LINE *L)
    {
    int i=0, orgn, dest;
    LINE *temp;
    temp=L;
    puts ("\nEnter origin station code first and destination station...
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    Data struct question

    I'm writing a program which organizes a buses network.
    these are the structs I use:


    typedef struct lns{
    int num;
    struct lns *nextline;
    }lns;

    typedef struct stns{
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    this form seem clearer to me. #include...

    this form seem clearer to me.


    #include <stdio.h>

    typedef struct
    {
    float x;
    float y;
    }point2D;
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    bi-linked list based on one-way linked list

    createbi, creates a bi-linked list out of the one-way linked list.
    I don't see how I do these assignments, without failing, when I have 2 types of struct.
    Please help.


    void createbi (FOO...
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    OK, thanx.

    OK, thanx.
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    this is the last version, which works fine, also...

    this is the last version, which works fine, also with large array!
    Thanx!


    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<malloc.h>
    #include<math.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
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    I see. thanx.

    I see. thanx.
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    No reason... I accept this version. ...

    No reason... I accept this version.







    actually the intention was to do something like this:
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    values assignment to matrix pointer

    This code build dinemically allocated square matrix (designed for the dimenssion of the 1D array), and copy into it an array. The empty places in the matrix are filled with -1.
    The thing is I have...
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    Now it's Ok. Thank you!

    Now it's Ok.
    Thank you!
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    both solutions didn't do. I have an exam in 2...

    both solutions didn't do.
    I have an exam in 2 days, so I might leave it as is. Don't want to waste to much time on it.
    Thanx for your efforts!
    BTW: what numbers did you put before when you said...
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    this is a sample of input: enter number of items...

    this is a sample of input:
    enter number of items
    10
    enter number
    1
    enter number
    2
    enter number
    3
    enter number
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    this is the code i'm rubning without...

    this is the code i'm rubning without Prev->next=p; & i still get errors.


    void find (item **hp)
    {
    item *q=(*hp);
    item *p=(*hp)->next, *temp, *Prev;

    while (q->next)
    {
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    tried to run code & its still no good. ...

    tried to run code & its still no good.



    this comment is clear & I've fixed it.




    didn't understand this one , though. what is the buttom line here?
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    I had to modify this function a bit, & it still...

    I had to modify this function a bit, & it still doesn't fluently do the job. What i noticed was that on smaller lists: up to 5 five numbers, its OK. above it: list got lost...


    void find (item...
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    That's perfect! Letís go one step further. If...

    That's perfect!
    Letís go one step further. If want to check for duplication number accross the list.This is what I wrote & I get errors.



    void find (item **hp)
    {
    item *q=(*hp);
    ...
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    tried this one, but it didn't work for me. I...

    tried this one, but it didn't work for me.

    I have modified this program a little: FREE & delemiddle functions where removed. find function has a little addition of scanning all list with all...
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    delete multiple numbers from linked list

    This program has to scan linked list & find occurrence o more then one instance of a number, then delete it. Output I get sometimes shows deletion of only one instance of multiple numbers, and...
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    Ok, now I see your point. I did. this solved...

    Ok, now I see your point.


    I did. this solved the problem.
    Thanx!
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    Other then changing variables names I don't see...

    Other then changing variables names I don't see any significant change in the code above. The output is left the same; I still seem to lose the link to the list.



    Quzah, what are hidden...
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    This is my full code: #include ...

    This is my full code:


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <malloc.h>

    typedef struct visit_node
    {
    char v_name;
    struct visit_node *next_ptr;
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    delete node in Linked List

    This function is deleting a node from linked list. It is OK with nodes which are not the first node. When I send anchor to function, I lose the link to the rest of the list. Why is it so?



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