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I have an array: int **x; Now i know all the values i want to put in how can i do this in one go. Im thinking of something like: int y[] = { {1},{2} }; How can i transfer this to my problem. PS: x has already been used and the memory has been initialised. Do i have to make a temporary variable and then copy the content or is there a direct way? -CProgrammer [edited by - CProgrammer on October 22, 2003 2:36:46 AM]

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As for me, idea with temportary variable is good.

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