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Constructor with multi demensional array not compiling

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Heres my constructor for a matrix with all elements being defined:
	CMatrix(scalar_t aRow0Col0, scalar_t aRow0Col1, scalar_t aRow0Col2, scalar_t aRow0Col3,
			scalar_t aRow1Col0, scalar_t aRow1Col1, scalar_t aRow1Col2, scalar_t aRow1Col3,
			scalar_t aRow2Col0, scalar_t aRow2Col1, scalar_t aRow2Col2, scalar_t aRow2Col3,
			scalar_t aRow3Col0, scalar_t aRow3Col1, scalar_t aRow3Col2, scalar_t aRow3Col3):
			mat[0][0](aRow0Col0), mat[0][1](aRow0Col1), mat[0][2](aRow0Col2), mat[0][3](aRow0Col3),
			mat[1][0](aRow1Col0), mat[1][1](aRow1Col1), mat[1][2](aRow1Col2), mat[1][3](aRow1Col3),
			mat[2][0](aRow2Col0), mat[2][1](aRow2Col1), mat[2][2](aRow2Col2), mat[2][3](aRow2Col3),
			mat[3][0](aRow3Col0), mat[3][1](aRow3Col1), mat[3][2](aRow3Col2), mat[3][3](aRow2Col3) {};  
Im gettin a syntax error on "[". Anyone know why? Thanks. Well, that was a waste of 2 minutes of my life. Now I have to code faster to get ''em back...

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You cannot initialise array elements within a ctor initialisation list. You will have to assign to the elements within the body of the ctor or a helper function.

[edited by - SabreMan on June 25, 2002 5:09:36 AM]

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