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From: "DooMWiz" <DooMWiz AT TicNet DOT Com>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
Subject: Re: Random Number and Struct questions.
Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 18:12:41 -0500
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  I'm not too totally sure about some things you said, but I'll give it a
shot...embedded structs are easy.  To use a struct within another, make sure
you declare the first one before the second one.  To use your example (I
think) or something like it...

     struct targettype { int vars };
     struct shiptype { int var;  struct targettype blah[5] };

  To seed the random number generator, just do this:

          srand((unsigned int)(time(NULL)));
  (though I've been known to get the simplest things wrong from memory =)

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