Message from C, C++ discussions

December 2019

— scanf("%d", &g->N);

Is this thing ok to do in C?


The points to operator is used to dereference and access something. You dont need the address of operator and would just be g->N

— Yes

— Do you know the algorithm for random number generation or can you make one

— Yeah right, but that gives me warning

— What type is g

— G is struct

— But is it struct pointer

— Yes

— Oh I'm dumb, is that resolving to the address of N?

— If so then that should be fine

— What the warning is?