Ralf A. Quint
FreeDOS at gmx.net
Thu Feb 11 22:29:25 CET 2010
At 12:53 PM 2/11/2010, Rainer Stratmann wrote:
> > I am fairly certain that he confuses this with the special case of
> > applying sizeof() to a string type, where you always get one byte
> > more (the preceding length byte) than the string type has been
> > defined, for example SizeOf (String ) will return 81, 80 bytes
> > reserved for the contents plus the length byte...
> > Ralf
>How can I have access to position 4 of a pointer?
By using Pascal and not C! <LOL>
p : Pointer;
c : char;
s : ansistring;
x : longint;
s := 'Hello';
p := @s;
x := 5; // 5th position!!!!
c := Char (ANSIString (p^)[x]);
WriteLn ('Character No.',x,' is ',c);
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