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A Problem in part b

Discussion in 'C' started by sujan.dasmahapatra, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. sujan.dasmahapatra

    sujan.dasmahapatra Member

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    3. You must complete both parts a and b.
    a. Write a C program that has a declaration in main() to store the following numbers into an array named channels: 2, 4, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13. There should be a function call to display() that accepts the channels as an argument named channels and then displays the numbers using the pointer notation *(channels + i).
    b. Modify this display() function to alter the address in channels. Always use the expression *channels rather than *(channels + i) to retrieve the correct elements.
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    Part a is done.
    Can anyone tell me whats the meaning of part b I am can someone hel how could I modify the display function !
    Thanks
     
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    Have you written the display() function yet? If not then I suggest you do so, then you will be able to modify it according to part b. It may make more sense when you have written the function.

    However I'm not clear what it means by "alter the address in channels". There isn't an address in channels. Does it mean "alter the numbers in channels"?
     

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