anonymous
  • anonymous
A C programming question :- a string can be declared as either char a[ ] = "Mystring" char *a = "Mystring" an array of strings char *a[ ] = {Some strings} why doesn't this work ? char a[ ][ ] = {Some strings}
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anonymous
  • anonymous
it works :P why do you think it doesn't?
rsmith6559
  • rsmith6559
a is being declared as a two dimensional array of char. It's being initialized with one dimension. a[0] = {Some strings} would be more proper, except that, if I remember correctly, the size of the first index HAS to have a value in the declaration.
anonymous
  • anonymous
bcoz its two dimensional array cant be declare in single dimension

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anonymous
  • anonymous
sry i mean single blocks

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