Re: Question

From: Ron Cole (
Date: 11/15/98

>How do we get char *'s to save in the pfile?  Do we have to put them in
>the place where things are like this?
>st->name = GET_NAME(ch);
>and then to reload them like this?
>GET_NAME(ch) = st->name;

Yes, and be careful to not overflow the string or you'll corrupt your pfile.
"char *" is a pointer to a piece of memory and is useless to store, since the
location would be freed as soon as that character is extracted.


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