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How do I store CPoint objects into dynamic array?
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CArray<CPoint,CPoint&> myArray;

myArray.Add(CPoint(100,100));
myArray.Add(CPoint(110,110));
/* ... */

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int Len;
CPoint* Points;
Points=new(CPoint[Len]);
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by:qocarlos
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I'd go with snoegler solution. I'd also suggest you to have a look at the Scribble tutorial.

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Thanks for grading my comment, but please read this:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/jsp/cmtyQuestAnswer.jsp#3
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thanks snoegler, i'll keep that in mind... probably I should have graded 'A' since your comment is what I've been seeking... i'm sorry...
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