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QuestionAccessing / printing two dimensional array of char using pointers Pin
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Richard MacCutchan26-Jul-15 5:51
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It's really rather difficult to figure out what you are trying to do since some of the above code makes no real sense. You are using casts on pointers that are already pointers, so do nothing except add confusion. You allocate a block of memory and then try to print it before it contains anything. You create an array of ponters for no apparent reason and then use only the first one, you copy data from one memory block to another, again for no real reason, etc. Maybe you should show exactly what problem you are trying to solve, without all this code and we can advise on the best option. And an explanation of what the print function actually does, or is supposed to do.

Also please use <pre> and </pre> tags around your code so it is more readable, like this:
C++
lcd_i2c.clear();
  lcd_i2c.print("Index ");
  lcd_i2c.print(i);
  lcd_i2c.setCursor(0, 1);

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