Posted by Cheryl on Friday, February 17, 2012 at 7:23pm.
Can you post your code and explain the difficulties you encounter?
lol I've had so many codes for this problem.
int *arr1[26]={'A','B','C','D','E','F','G','H','I','J','K','L','M','N','O','P','Q','R','S','T','U','V','W','X','Y','Z'};
arr1=cp_arr[0];
for(int i = 0; i < 26; i++)
cout << cp_arr[i];
is the newest,
char a ='A', b = 'B', c = 'C', d='D', e='E', f='F', g='G', h='H', i='I', j='J', k='K',l='L', m='M', n='N', o='O', p='P', q='Q', r='R', s='S', t='T', u='U', v='V', w='W', x = 'X', y='Y', z='Z';
cp_arr[0] = a;
cp_arr[1] = b;
cp_arr[2] = c;
cp_arr[3] = d;
cp_arr[4] = e;
cp_arr[5] = f;
cp_arr[6] = g;
cp_arr[7] = h;
cp_arr[8] = i;
cp_arr[9] = j;
cp_arr[10] = k;
cp_arr[11] = l;
cp_arr[12] = m;
cp_arr[13] = n;
cp_arr[14] = o;
cp_arr[15] = p;
cp_arr[16] = q;
cp_arr[17] = r;
cp_arr[18] = s;
cp_arr[19] = t;
cp_arr[20] = u;
cp_arr[21] = v;
cp_arr[22] = w;
cp_arr[23] = x;
cp_arr[24] = y;
cp_arr[25] = z;
for(int i = 0; i < 26; i++)
cout << cp_arr[i];
cout << endl;
both worked in visual but not myprogramming lab there has to be a better code for this but these were the only ones that worked