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The prototype

void Print_Sorted_Employee_Detail_To_File(FILE *report, int i, int i2, int index, 
		char full_name, float pay_rate, float hours, float ovt_hours,
		float gross, float federal_tax, float state_tax, float ssi_tax,
		float deferred, float net_pay);

The call:

Print_Sorted_Employee_Detail_To_File(report, i, i2, index[i], full_name[i],
      pay_rate[i], hours[i], ovt_hours[i], gross[i], federal_tax[i],
	  state_tax[i], ssi_tax[i], deferred[i], net_pay[i]);

This is the function definition, I'm sure there is something with the parameter passing here but compiler gives me 10 errors: subscript requires array or pointer type.

void Print_Sorted_Employee_Detail_To_File(FILE *report, int i, int i2, int index, 
		char full_name, float pay_rate, float hours, float ovt_hours,
		float gross, float federal_tax, float state_tax, float ssi_tax,
		float deferred, float net_pay)
{
   fprintf(report, "%55s\n\n\n", "In alphabetical order");
   for (i2 = 0; i2 < i; i2++)
   {
      fprintf(report, "          %-15.15s%6.2f%9.2f%9.2f%9.2f",
	     full_name[index[i2]],pay_rate[index[i2]],hours[index[i2]],
	     gross[index[i2]],federal_tax[index[i2]]);
      fprintf(report, "%8.2f%9.2f          \n%40.2f%18.2f%8.2f          \n\n\n",
		 ssi_tax[index[i2]],net_pay[index[i2]],ovt_hours[index[i2]],
	     state_tax[index[i2]],deferred[index[i2]]);
   }
}

before I moved it from main, it worked no problem. My brain must be sleeping cuz I can't figure out what's wrong.

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grrrr, I got rid of compiler errors but now id won't print the results... sorry for going back and forth but it looks like i'm going to need help after all

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ok now I got it for sure! I can't believe I spend so much time because the counter wasn't being incremented inside a function...

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