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I''m looking for a way to have a constructor function accept characters for somthing like this: class clock { public: clock(int hour, int minute, char[2]); etc.. private: int hour; int minute; char AMPM[2]; } then in the driver; int main() { clock( 5, 30, AM) etc... } Its telling me that AM is an undeclared identifier. Any suggestions?

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Yes that did work. I had to make a few adjustments but it worked. I''m a bit rusty so thank you for not laughing.

*raises his ale

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Just out of curiousity did you get something along the lines of
''clock::clock cannot convert parameter 3 from char[3] to char[2]''
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