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How can i measure (n. of elements) an array by reference it from a pointer?

9/23/2017 7:44:35 PM

Timo Ramallo

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The one I had in ming was for java. The other way is to use a foreach loop fuction to count the array. Not recommended of number values. https://code.sololearn.com/cIdHe7Dqo9kX/?ref=app https://code.sololearn.com/cO2mkNBP194a/?ref=app

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Depends on the type of array. You need to give details in a question.

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Edit my mistake. you need to use the (sizeof(Array) / sizeof(int)) in C++ .length is for another language

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look at line 78 https://code.sololearn.com/c8f3pIYPH6ce/?ref=app

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it is done... using ".lenght" it says that there is an error (request for member 'length' in 'a', which is of non-class type 'int*').

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ok thanks. i not wanted to fill that with more code, but if there is not another option ... fuera del tema: hablas espannol? eres moderador de (SL)?