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QuestionAccessing / printing two dimensional array of char using pointers Pin
Vaclav_26-Jul-15 4:06
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I am still struggling with pointers arithmetic.
Here is my crude test code.
I want to use pointers to access ( double - need triple eventually) the array of characters and do not get two things.

Problem #1 is probably how does the LCD class do the "print" and I can figure that one by myself. I do not expect this forum to be familiar with Arduino "library".

Problem # 2
I can print single characters in simple array by incrementing the pointer, but I cannot figure out why I cannot use same method on double array.
I really do not understand what is this error telling me
"error lvalue required as increment operand" - what is "lvalue" ?

Please keep in mind that English is not my native language so go easy on
" pointers to array..." "array of pointers" etc.

As always , I appreciate your help.
Cheers
Vaclav


Addendum
OK, I did some more reading about how the array is initialized and how the NAME of the array cannot be used the way I did try it.

So I did this - it "works" , but I am still not sure if it is correct or just a fluke.


char *pointer = stringTable[0];
lcd_i2c.print((char*) pointer++); // prints entire line
lcd_i2c.print((char*) pointer); // prints entire line starting with second character - expected that




Original post code starts here
char line[MAX_LINE] = "A TEST B";
int ncharacters = strlen(line);

char *sptr; // pointer to memory block returned by malloc
char *stringTable[NLINES]; // array of pointers to string
int i = 0;
sptr = (char*) malloc((unsigned) strlen(line) + 1);


lcd_i2c.clear();
lcd_i2c.print("Index ");
lcd_i2c.print(i);
lcd_i2c.setCursor(0, 1);

lcd_i2c.print("Length ");
lcd_i2c.print(ncharacters );

lcd_i2c.setCursor(0, 2);
lcd_i2c.print("pointer ");
lcd_i2c.print(sptr); // problem #1 prints the entire line - not really a problem here


strcpy(sptr, line); // copy line to pointed memory
lcd_i2c.print(sptr); // TOK prints pointer value ?
// copy pointer to first table array
stringTable[0] = sptr;
lcd_i2c.setCursor(0, 3);
i = 0;
do
{
// TOK prints first character from stringTable[0]
lcd_i2c.print((char) * (*stringTable)); // problem #1 prints only the first character - why it would be nice to print the entire line using pointers!

} while (*(*++stringTable)); error lvalue required as increment operand

-- modified 26-Jul-15 11:18am.
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