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QuestionArray Problem. Pin
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The first thing you need to fix is your definitions of the arrays. You have defined both arrays as char and are then saying that each element holds a pointer to a string so your definition needs to be char*. To get the results you want, you first need to sort both arrays in order. Next create a third array (array3) containing all the elements of each array, but only 1 copy of duplicate elements (i.e. a merge of array1 and array2). Now iterate the elements of array3 and put empty strings in any elements which do not exist in array1. Repeat this process for array2 and you should end up with array3 and array4 containing what you want. There is most likely a simpler way to do this but I can't think of one off the top of my head.
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Questioni can't load dll builded in debug unicode,what's difference between 'debug' and 'debug unicode'? Pin
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