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From: "Christopher Nelson" <paradox AT gye DOT satnet DOT net>
To: <djgpp AT delorie DOT com>
Subject: Re: bison variable access
Date: Wed, 7 Jul 1999 14:10:00 -0600
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>Yes!..that is what I meant.  Ive done that with the functions, but when
>I try to do it with the variables, my compiler (DJGPP for dos) keeps
>telling me that I cannot assign the pointer of my variable to a pointer
>because it is not constant.
>
>struct vars
>{
>char *vname;
>double *var;
>};
>
>struct vars variables[]
>= {
>  *drive,
>  *room,
>  *picture,
>  *house
>  };
>
>and this does not work.



    this may be a silly question, but i had this same problem when i was
doing something completely different, but ... Are you defining these
variables BEFORE you initialize them?  And if so, does the compiler know
about it (e.g. are they defined in a nother module, then you need a header
file filled with externs for these variables.

    -={C}=-

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