Ok, _blocks is an array of pointers to Block objects.... so Block**
So i should be able to increment the _activeBlock from one element to the next by adding the size of the pointer within the array (should be 4).
But even if i just replace "sizeof(_blocks)" with "4".... _activeBlock doesn't end up pointing to the next element in the list.
Please note: I realize that I could just increment an index into the array but I'm fiddling around with pointer arithmetic. If i'm misunderstanding the way memory is allocated when a array of pointers is declared... can someone correct me or fill me in?
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