Kevin Jones - 11 months ago 57

C Question

So basically, I have this 2-D array that looks like this.

`######...s`

e......###

It suppose to print a * from s-e only if theres a "." , the "#" is like a wall.

So I check all the possible location but for some reason its not outputting a "*" to e.

I believe it because of something to do with it being out of bound.

I did some check for example like

`if(array.x <=row && array.y<= col && array.x >=0 && array.y >=0)`

Is this a proper way to check if I'm inside or out of bound?

Btw this is an 2d array

Answer Source

Assuming `row`

is the number of rows, `col`

is the number of columns, `array.x`

and `array.y`

are the indices, a proper check for indices in bounds is:

```
if(0 <= array.x && array.x < row && 0 <= array.y && array.y < col) {
...
}
```

Note the strict inequality with `row`

and `col`

.