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initialize an array

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How i initialize an array like this: sRoute Route[5] = { {400.0f,pLand->GetHeight(Enemy->sngPositionX, Enemy->sngPositionZ),100.0f}, {100.0f,pLand->GetHeight(Enemy->sngPositionX, Enemy->sngPositionZ),300.0f}, {300.0f,pLand->GetHeight(Enemy->sngPositionX, Enemy->sngPositionZ),200.0f}, {200.0f,pLand->GetHeight(Enemy->sngPositionX, Enemy->sngPositionZ),100.0f}, {0.0f,pLand->GetHeight(Enemy->sngPositionX, Enemy->sngPositionZ),400.0f} }; Thanks in advance!!

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That is initialised, although im not entirely sure about the function call in the middle. Is it not compiling?

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Its compiling but give me a memory error.
I tryed Route = new sRoute[5];
but i didnt have any luck.
Thanks!

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The first thing you should try whenever you get something like this is taking out that function call and replace it with a number, just to see if that is the problem. The pointer might be NULL.

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