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Adding to an array in an external file, and adding elements to it.


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Originally Posted by ignatius
Let me elaborate a little more on what i'd like to see... I'd like to be able to traverse the elements in the array with the arrow keys. That's essentially what i'm trying to do. I already have the code ready to accomplish this. I just need to be able to feed the function the name of the array. And that's it.
What prevents you from doing so?

What does this function look like?
# 12  
This line right here:


Code:
 selection=barmenu(testarray,row,col,arraylength,width,menulength,3);

It obviously isn't the array that needs to be called.
# 13  
Ok. I've made a lot of progress.

I'm having problems with this array now:

Code:
         const char *testarray[]={"Zero", "One", "Two", "Three", "Four", "Five", "Six", "Seven", "Eight", "Nine", "Ten"};

And this:

Code:
    selection=barmenu(testarray,row,col,arraylength,width,menulength,0);

Which does this:

Code:
pbtelnet(selection, "26");

Code:
pbtelnet

is a function to telnet to an address. The first argument is the hostname, the second is the port number, so, this iteration is telnetting to port 26 of the value of the "Zero" array element.

My question is, it works perfectly fine, but for some reason it telnets to 127.0.0.1. I'm wondering why?

Also, how do I change the value of said element ("Zero")? At this point in time it seems to be set to "0".
I'm wondering how do I change that?


BTW, if you're looking for the source code to the
Code:
 barmenu

function, my paste on pastebin is still there.

Last edited by ignatius; 03-18-2019 at 09:09 PM..
# 14  
Why would it telnet to anything? I see that nowhere in your code.

This may be helpful:
Code:
arraylength=sizeof(testarray)/sizeof(char *); // Placeholder, only works with predefined arrays

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