I need to write a function that takes as arguments an integer, which represents a row in a truth table, and a boolean array, where it stores the values for that row of the truth table.

Here is an example truth table

```
Row| A | B | C |
1 | T | T | T |
2 | T | T | F |
3 | T | F | T |
4 | T | F | F |
5 | F | T | T |
6 | F | T | F |
7 | F | F | T |
8 | F | F | F |
```

Please note that a given truth table could have more or fewer rows than this table, since the number of possible variables can change.

A function prototype could look like this

```
getRow(int rowNum, bool boolArr[]);
```

If this function was called, for example, as

```
getRow(3, boolArr[])
```

It would need to return an array with the following elements

```
|1|0|1| (or |T|F|T|)
```

The difficulty for me arises because the number of variables can change, therefore increasing or decreasing the number of rows. For instance, the list of variables could be A, B, C, D, E, and F instead of just A, B, and C.

I think the best solution would to be write a loop that counted up to the row number, and essentially changed the elements of the array like it was counting in binary. So that

```
1st loop iteration, array elements are 0|0|...|0|1|
2nd loop iteration, array elements are 0|0|...|1|0|
```

I can't for the life of me figure out how to do this, and can't find a solution elsewhere on the web. Sorry for all the confusion and thanks for the help