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bkelly134-Jul-14 9:20
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Here is my solution that demonstrates passing the pointer and gaining access to the array of strings:
C#
#include "stdafx.h"

const unsigned int COMMON_ARRAY_SIZE = 10;
const unsigned int MAX_NAME_SIZE = 34;

struct st2_names
{
    wchar_t names[ COMMON_ARRAY_SIZE ] [ MAX_NAME_SIZE ];
};

void Set_Pointer_2( st2_names *new_pointer );

int _tmain(int argc, _TCHAR* argv[])
{
    st2_names names_2;

    wcscpy_s( names_2.names[0]  , MAX_NAME_SIZE, L"PITCH" );
    wcscpy_s( names_2.names[1]  , MAX_NAME_SIZE, L"ROLL" );
    wcscpy_s( names_2.names[2]  , MAX_NAME_SIZE, L"YAW" );
    wcscpy_s( names_2.names[3]  , MAX_NAME_SIZE, L"VELOCITY" );

    Set_Pointer_2( &names_2 );
    return 0;
}

void Set_Pointer_2( st2_names *new_pointer )
{
    st2_names *mp_names_2;
    mp_names_2 = new_pointer;

    wchar_t t1[MAX_NAME_SIZE];
    wchar_t t2[MAX_NAME_SIZE];
    wchar_t t3[MAX_NAME_SIZE];
    wchar_t t4[MAX_NAME_SIZE];

    wcscpy_s( t1, MAX_NAME_SIZE, mp_names_2->names[0] );
    wcscpy_s( t2, MAX_NAME_SIZE, mp_names_2->names[1] );
    wcscpy_s( t3, MAX_NAME_SIZE, mp_names_2->names[2] );
    wcscpy_s( t4, MAX_NAME_SIZE, mp_names_2->names[3] );
}



It is a but ugly, but does work. EDIT, I did simplify.

It does seem to me that you are saying: No, there is no way to create a simple multi-dimension array such as:
wchar_t names[ x ] [ y ];

and pass a pointer to a procedure, then use that pointer to access all the elements of the array.
Thank you for your time
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modified 4-Jul-14 15:30pm.

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