Ok. I think I got it.

I did below and it compile. Not sure if it will run correctly or not.
But at least it compiled :)
logECD_STP((char **) &data);


I was doing this and compiler is not likely it
logECD_STP((char *) &data);

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[mailto:c400-l-bounces+lim.hock-chai=usamobility.com@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On
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To: C programming iSeries / AS400
Subject: [C400-L] Basic c question again - type casting

If I've a function like below:
void logECD_STP3(const char **dataRcv);


Below compile and work fine:
char * data;
// code that put stuff into data
. . .
logECD_STP(&data);



How do I do the same thing if I've
UAM * data;
// code that put stuff into data
. . .
logECD_STP(&data); <== I got a compile error Function argument
assignment between types "unsigned char* const*" and "struct
uasmgfile**"



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