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Ferreirinha.pt

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
#include <string.h>

typedef struct sChamada
{ 
 char *ident;
 char tipo [1];
 char data [10];
 char hora [5];
} Chamada;

typedef struct sLista
{
 Chamada tel;
 struct sLista *seg;
} *Lista, nLista;


Chamada criachamada ()
{
 char nome2 [25];
 char numero2 [15];
 char tipo2 [1];
 char data2 [10];
 char hora2 [5];

 nome2[0]=32;
 Chamada cham;
 printf ("Introduza um nome: \n");
 fgets (nome2,25, stdin);
 cham.ident= strdup(nome2);
 if (nome2[0]=='\n') 
 {
   printf ("Introduza um número: \n");
   fgets (numero2,15,stdin);
    cham.ident=strdup(numero2);
    if (numero2[0]=='\n') 
    {
     cham.ident=strdup("Anónimo");
   }
 }

 printf("Introduza um tipo: E(fectuada); R(ecebida) \n");
 fgets (tipo2,1, stdin);
 cham.tipo = strdup(tipo2);
 printf ("Introduza uma data do tipo dd-mm-aaaa: \n");
 fgets (data2,10, stdin);
 cham.data = strdup(data2);
 printf("Introduza uma hora do tipo hh:ss \n");
 fgets (hora2,5, stdin);
 cham.hora = strdup(hora2);

 return cham;
}

Lista crialista (Chamada a, Lista b)
{
 Lista agenda=NULL;
 agenda=(Lista)malloc(sizeof(nLista));
 agenda->tel = a;
 agenda->seg = b;
 return agenda;
}

void main ()
{
 Chamada exp;
 Lista des=NULL;
 exp=criachamada ();
 //des=crialista ();
}

Está a dar erros na função criachamada: "incompatible types when assigning to type ‘char[1]’ from type ‘char *’"

Se me puderem ajudar agradeço

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KTachyon

Se estás a declarar como array de chars não lhe podes mudar o endereço... não são ponteiros.

Podes utilizar strcpy() em vez de strdup().


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