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Can you create an array with a non const size?

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This expression does not work: "int vertClassification[numOfVerts]". The compiler says its expecting a const expression. numOfVerts is an int variable. Why cant I create an array by not using a const for the size? Or can I? Thanks in advance.

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i think i remember there being something about it being legal in c99...dunno for sure though

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What''s really funny is when you define a constant and it tells you it wants a constant value. Hehe.

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