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I''m having trouble with my linked list. I have a window class for a GUI system. Which, slaps a window on your screen. Works. Now, I make an array of windows and tell each to render. Works as expected. Now, I put them in a linked list and I get nothing. I''m looking for any ideas. Thanks. Andy

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Well, in this case, I suggest you show us some code.
It is probably a problem with your linked list implementation.
Have you thoroughly debugged your linked list before using it
for windows???

-LeeB-

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To make things easier for yourself, try using the linked list in the C++ STL (standard template library). It is a complete linked list written for you. It is also very fast.

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I was told that I should write my own for understanding, which is probably still a good idea. But should undergo more testing.

Edited by - skillfreak on November 13, 2001 9:57:02 PM

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