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Issues with structs and Classes

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Is it possible to declare a struct inside a class? I seem to be having a crash issues since I declared a struct inside my class. Here is my code ...
    

#ifndef Sprite_H
#define Sprite_H

class Sprite
{
public:
	int armor;
	int speed;
	char *weapon1;
	char *weapon2;
	char *weapon3;
	char *name;
	unsigned int textures[1];
	struct TGAFILE
	{
	unsigned char imageTypeCode;
	short int     imageWidth;
    short int     imageHeight;
    unsigned char bitCount;
    unsigned char *imageData;
	}*myTGA;

	Sprite();
	~Sprite();
	void LoadTexture(void);
	void Draw(void);
	void Update(void);
	bool LoadTGAFile(char *filename, TGAFILE *tgaFile);
};

#endif
  
now for my sprite.cpp file
  

Sprite::Sprite()
{
	armor = 0;
	speed = 0;
	weapon1 = "None";
	weapon2 = "None";
	weapon3 = "None";
	name = "None";
	myTGA->bitCount = ' ';
	myTGA->imageHeight = 0;
	myTGA->imageTypeCode = ' ';
	myTGA->imageWidth = 0;
}
  
not sure whats going on or the problem but am new to the whole class thing. Thanks Bill Gates is my Pool Boy!! Nothing is to good for me!! [edited by - Mars_999 on May 5, 2002 11:25:49 PM]

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jobless beat me to it.

Get rid of the pointer notation, and use . instead of ->

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