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Howdy. I usually do arrays like this (for example) :
  
x = 22;

struct stTextureFile
{
   char UnderTexture[9];
   char OverTexture[9];
   char MaskType[9];
};

stTextureFile *TextureFile = NULL; 
TextureFile = new stTextureFile[x];
  
Everything is ok if I do this within a procedure. But if I do it up the top as a global VC wheels out the serious crime squad. How can I get such a "structure array" as a global ? El Duderino

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just make the pointer glabal. then when you allocate memory for the array it will still be global. just call the the 'new' function somewhere during initialization or something.

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Edited by - Julio on July 26, 2001 8:35:05 AM

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