zeroing out an array



Hi,
when I try to assign using the expression:
pPtr->myArray[127]="";

my compiler throws the following error: "invalid conversion from ‘const char*’ to ‘char’.

Any idea on what's wrong? Any idea on how to solve the problem?


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Hi,
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Any idea on what's wrong? Any idea on how to solve the problem?


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