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A.Avinash_Goutham Group Title

i was wondering if we can do this in c........... we can write a function to change the value of a variable like .... void change(int *x) { *x=3; return; } and call wud be smthin like change(&x); can we do the same for an array?

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  1. Chris2332 Group Title
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    I don't see any reason why not. It will still be a pointer to memory.

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    can u write some code for me?

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    void change(char *x) { *x[1]='foo'; return; }

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    umm lemme see if that works

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    it's not working

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    and the error is?

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    Have you tried void change(char *x) { x[1]='foo'; // <-- without the * return; }

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    by the way... the calling function will be change(foo) not change(&foo)

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    ooo

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    that wont worjk either

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  11. A.Avinash_Goutham Group Title
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    no worries got it covered and it's not

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    ............

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