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jschell16-Dec-17 8:55
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Vaclav_ wrote:
Any constructive help would be appreciated,


First since you are using C++ you should be using 'new'

Steps
1. Call the existing character array A. Call the data to insert S.
2. Determine the size of the NEW array that you need. Add A size plus size of S.
3. Use 'new' to create brand new character array using size from #1. Call this new array X.
4. Determine where you are going to insert the new data.
5. Copy from A into X up to the point where you want to insert
6. Copy all of S into X at the point where you STOPPED in #4
7. Copy the REMAINDER of A (what was left over in A from #4) into X at the point where you STOPPED in #6.

Result is now in X.
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