"Write a three function program. The main function of the program should create an array that can store 10 integers and then pass the array to another function that gets the integers from the user and stores them in the array and finally calls a third function that displays the elements in the array in the reverse order. You may not use global variables. Pass the array and the number of elements in the array as arguments to both of the called functions."
I had no trouble creating the array and passing the inputs through a function <i>into</i> an array, but I just can't seem to grasp the concept of passing an array through a function.
Nothing I have tried seems to work.
I'm a very beginner student, so anything outside the most basic commands is beyond my reach, most likely.
Well, my first function needed to make the array (double numbers(NUM_INT)), and then the second function would need me to pass the array into it, and then save the input numbers to it from there, passing it to the 3rd, where it will be output in reverse order.