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    c/c++ query related to arrays


    I have the following question.
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    Consider a program that simulates a card game, with multiple player hands and a deck to draw from. Each hand can use an array to represent the cards it contains; sometimes it is helpful to also declare an additional variable for each hand (or deck) indicating exactly how many cards are present.1) Describe a simple function that would manipulate both the array representing a hand and the number indicating the size of the hand.
    2) Describe a simple function that might be able to manipulate the array without referring to the hand size variable at all.
    3) Generally, if the array was passed as a parameter to a function, how often would the hand size be included as a parameter?

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    Re: c/c++ query related to arrays

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    Re: c/c++ query related to arrays

    Can anybody help.

    Will anybody help
    No - see post #2. This is your homework and help from us would be called cheating. It's not a coding question so there is no code for us to comment upon. If you would like our advice then you'll need to post first what you have done.
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