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George Nistor21-Jan-10 3:38
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hi
the ideea was ok. my sintax was not
this code is ok:

// diff types array.cpp : Defines the entry point for the console application.
//

#include "stdafx.h"


typedef struct
{
   unsigned char signal7 : 8;
   unsigned char signal6 : 8;
   unsigned char signal5 : 8;
   unsigned char signal4 : 8;
   unsigned char signal3 : 8;
   unsigned char signal2 : 8;
   unsigned char signal1 : 8;
   unsigned char signal0 : 8;
} msgType0;


typedef union
{
   unsigned char _c[8];
   msgType0 msg0_0;
} buf0;


buf0   message0;



typedef struct
{
   unsigned char signal7 : 8;
   unsigned char signal6 : 8;
   unsigned char signal5 : 8;
   unsigned char signal4 : 8;
   unsigned char signal3 : 8;
   unsigned char signal2 : 8;
   unsigned char signal1 : 8;
   unsigned char signal0 : 8;
} msgType1;


typedef union
{
   unsigned char _c[8];
   msgType1 msg0_1;
} buf1;


buf1   message1;
/// ................................
/// UP is the Driver ..   No changed possible
// X 8 times


int main(int argc, char* argv[])
{
     printf("Hello World!\n");


  
typedef union
{
   buf0   msg0;
   buf1   msg1;
}   type_Array;


type_Array X1;
type_Array X2;

X1.msg0= message0;
X2.msg1= message1;


type_Array Vector[2];

Vector[0]= X1;
Vector[1]= X2;

     return 0;
}
Questionarray of diffrent types - still not usefull Pin
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