ArrayBuilder

Ratings: 1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (5.00 out of 5) - Rate Now!
Loading...

Download Category: ,

ArrayBuilder.zip - (5.2 MB)
[
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.cpp
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.png
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.sdf
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.sln
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.suo
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.vcxproj
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.vcxproj.filters
ArrayBuilder/ArrayBuilder.vcxproj.user
ArrayBuilder/Debug/
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.exe
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.exe.embed.manifest
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.exe.embed.manifest.res
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.exe.intermediate.manifest
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.ilk
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.lastbuildstate
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.log
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.obj
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.pdb
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.vcxprojResolveAssemblyReference.cache
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/ArrayBuilder_manifest.rc
ArrayBuilder/Debug/cl.command.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/CL.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/CL.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.7940.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.7940.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.7940-cvtres.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.7940-cvtres.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.command.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link-cvtres.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/link-cvtres.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/mt.command.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/mt.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/mt.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/rc.command.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/rc.read.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/rc.write.1.tlog
ArrayBuilder/Debug/vc100.idb
ArrayBuilder/Debug/vc100.pdb
ArrayBuilder/ipch/
ArrayBuilder/ipch/arraybuilder-5f0183e4/
ArrayBuilder/ipch/arraybuilder-5f0183e4/arraybuilder-9eabbb92.ipch
ArrayBuilder/Question.txt
]

Write a function that allocates memory for an integer array. The function takes as an argument an integer pointer, the size of the array, and newSize to be allocated. The function returns a pointer to the allocated buffer. When the function is first called, the size will be zero and a new array will be created. If the function is called when the array size is greater than zero, a new array will be created and the contents of the old array will be copied into the new array.

Get a fresh solution of this question. Ask it now to our experts.
doubt

Ask Your Question

We have verified professionals who are ready to answer your question.

time

Save Time and Money

We choose experts who can quickly answer your question and that suit your budget.

download

Get Your Answer

Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed. You can keep on asking questions until you get the answer you need.