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George Nistor21-Jan-10 19:26
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isn't usefull either because I have to modify the driver. The upper section until // /// UP is the Driver ..   No changes possible
// X 8 times

I cannot modify!

because of these individual buffers of the driver ... insted of writing a SINGLE! Processing message function - for all messaging (involving these individual buffers) (it is the same code) - I have a dozen function making same thing.
Inside them I refer to buffers like message0._c[(i=1,n)]= value;   , next function message1._c[(i=1,n)]= value   etc.

If i would have an ARRAY of message0, message1, I would write a single function.

with my previous code I would refer these buffers with Vector[0].msg0._c[0]=1; //ok   // not usefull

But how do I put in the code line section msg0?   the above line would be in a for.


Maybe I was more clear explaiing my problem this time.
I think the problem here is, basically I have a union inside a union.
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