Replicated select case index not in range of input array

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Replicated select case index not in range of input array

Postby aclassifier » Wed Dec 30, 2020 2:53 pm

The code below has always given me iof_client [0..2]

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conn_if_t all_conns [3]; // parameter in setup of Server1

void Server1 (
    server conn_if_t i_conns[3]); {

    while (1) {
        select {
            case i_conns[unsigned iof_client].do_temp (const unsigned val_in) -> unsigned val_return : {
                // iof_client is [0..2]
                ...
However, the below gives me iof_client [0..23]. In other words, one index per outer interface, like an ip address so to say.

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conn_if_t all_conns [8][3]; // parameter in setup of Servers8 are now all_conns[0], all_conns[1], all_conns[2], ie. I have 8 of Servers8

void Servers8 (
    server conn_if_t i_conns[3]); {
   
   unsigned my_array [3];
   
    while (1) {
        select {
            case i_conns[unsigned iof_client].do_temp (const unsigned val_in) -> unsigned val_return : {
                // iof_client is [0..23], in groups of [0..2], [3..5], ... [21,22,23] for the 8 Servers8
                const unsigned usable_index = (iof_client % 3); // [0..2] to avoid 'out of range' crash
                my_array[usable_index] = val_in;
                ...
                
Is this right? I assume it is.. But why?

But I couldn't find any reference to it in any of the documentation..?
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