I am having trouble reading items into a multidimensional array. I have a file that is always in this format below:
The top line indicates how many items there are (3) in the file and will be stored to a non-array variable. The remaining lines 2-4 are the items needing to be processed into the array. So 1.2 and 2.4 need to go in array and 3.5 and 1.2 go in array and so forth so that they correspond to each other.
That looks ok. Except that you're still depending on variable sized arrays being available in your compiler. Apparently they are for you (gcc ?), but they might not be available when compiling the same
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