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I have this assignment using c++ please help me in writing a code.
Suppose you have a main ( ) with three local arrays, all the same size and type (say float). The first two are already initialized to values. Write a function called add arrays ( ) that accepts the addresses of the three arrays as arguments; add the contents of the first two arrays together, element by element; and places the results in the third arrays before returning. A forth argument to this function can carry the size the size of the array. Use pointer notation through out; the only place you need brackets is in defining the arrays.
Feb 16 '07 #1
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kvbreddy
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Can u post the code what ever u have tried???

I have this assignment using c++ please help me in writing a code.
Suppose you have a main ( ) with three local arrays, all the same size and type (say float). The first two are already initialized to values. Write a function called add arrays ( ) that accepts the addresses of the three arrays as arguments; add the contents of the first two arrays together, element by element; and places the results in the third arrays before returning. A forth argument to this function can carry the size the size of the array. Use pointer notation through out; the only place you need brackets is in defining the arrays.
Feb 16 '07 #2
selam
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Can u post the code what ever u have tried???
I don't have any code
Feb 16 '07 #3
rajesh6695
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First Try to write a code if you have any problem in the code then we will solve for you.....

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