dereferencing pointer to incomplete type

Fabian Cenedese Cenedese@indel.ch
Thu Apr 3 08:15:00 GMT 2008


At 18:27 02.04.2008 +0300, std07181@di.uoa.gr wrote:


>-- 
>Please help me with this problem.
>
>My code:
>#include <stdio.h>
>#include <stdlib.h>
>#include "katalogos.h"
>
>#define PLITHOS 10
>typedef struct diplistiva{
>   int akorifi;
>   int dkorifi;
>   stixio pinakas[PLITHOS];
>}diplistiva;
>
>doublestack create()
>{doublestack ThisStoiva;
>        ThisStoiva=malloc(sizeof(diplistiva));
>        ThisStoiva->akorifi = -1;  (HERE)

Why do you use "malloc" and not "new doublestack"? Is this C or C++?
Anyway, I guess you should declare it as pointer, as in
doublestack* ThisStoiva;

bye  Fabi




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