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    UDT question

    Is the UDT (user-defined data type) the same as struct in C?

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    Re: UDT question

    Yes Sandy it is.
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    Re: UDT question

    I'm glad to hear that as that will help me a lot.

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    Re: UDT question

    And as you use them Sandy, you will see that Eros has added significant abilities to User Defined Types to make them as useful as c structures.
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