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QuestionProblem creating an array of "class" Pin
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Mircea Neacsu6-Sep-22 11:38
Mircea Neacsu6-Sep-22 11:38 
Roberto64_Ge wrote:
but Arr_ is of only 1 element,
the first no other

How did you verify that? If you just looked in VisualStudio debugger, it will indeed show only one element because it doesn't know the size of the array. You can enter a length specifier in the inspector window (like Arr_,10) to make it show 10 elements.

Alternatively you can just say:
C++
anagrafica *Arr_[10];
for (int i = 0; i < N; i++)
{
	Arr_[i] = new anagrafica("ciao", "miao", i*25);
}

In this case the debugger will know the size of the array and show all elements.

Otherwise your code looks good as far as array creation goes.
Mircea

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