Re: [cc65] returning structs

From: Groepaz <>
Date: 2009-08-10 04:51:02
On Montag 10 August 2009, Scott Hutter wrote:
> Well, its not as pretty as returning a struct by value, but here's
> something of what I did:  I created a struct in the main function, then
> sent it into another function by reference (pointer).  Made the changes
> inside the function, which of course then were available back in the main
> function.
> Id like to see an example though of what you're refering to though.  If Im
> reading you right, it seems that when you return from the called function,
> the data would be lost since the called function's struct is local to that
> function.

a reference would indeed be nice, since there probably is a way to do what you 
want cleanly without needing to return a struct by value. (i dont think i 
have ever done so in the past 10 years or so =P)


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