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April 05, 2006 11:19PM

Assignment one, Question five. Not sure of this question - must I create a list using a linked listforward as on page 285.

This is my solution. Am I doing it right, any corrections would be welcomed.
NB: - means dash with arrow as in txtbook

struct Adjective
{
string word;
Adjective * antonymPtr;
};
Adjective *current, *adjPtr;

adjPtr-word = "fat";
current = adjPtr;
current = current-antonymPtr;

current-word = "thin"
adjPtr-antonymPtr = current;
adjPtr = current-antonymPtr;
delete current;

Has any one done NO 9 and 13 on pages 211 and 213 respectively from chapter 3 and NO 14 on page 362 from chapter 5. My answers does not correspond with answers in txtbook. Any help really appreciate it.

Cheers guys
Tim
avatar Re: Unsure
April 06, 2006 10:13AM
WARNING --- WARNING --- WARNING

Your system will crash.

ALWAYS check that the number of "delete"s is the same as the number of "new"s. You don't have any of the latter so you're trying to manipulate memory you haven't allocated yet.


--------------------------------
Adjective *current = 0, *adjPtr = 0; // initialise pointers to null addresses

adjPtr = new Adjective; // allocate memory for first adjective object
adjPtr- >word = "fat";
// current = adjPtr- >antonymPtr; //don't do this, adjPtr- >antonymPtr doesn't point to anything yet

current = new Adjective; // allocate memory for the second adjective object
current- >antonymPtr = adjPtr; // link it back to the first object
current- >word = "thin"
adjPtr-antonymPtr = current; // add to end of first object


delete adjPtr- >antonymPtr; // deallocate memory from second object ("thin"winking smiley
delete adjPtr; // deallocate memory from first object ("fat"winking smiley
Anonymous User
Re: Unsure
April 08, 2006 10:39AM

i agree with Rob... thumbs up
cool smiley
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