The function's name isn't
struct dynamic_array. The function's name is
The function accepts an argument of type
There's no function named
dynamic_array, as it's simply as structure defined within the binary. The name does imply we're dealing with an
std::vector-like object, so I'd start with assuming that's the case for now and reverse engineer the function you're interested in particularly.
If you wish to reverse engineer the structure itself and functions related to the
dynamic_array structure, you should look for a constructor to start with.
Highlighting won't work because that isn't the function's full name but browsing through IDA's function / name list view, you may be able to locate functions named
struct dynamic_array. Depending on implementation, functionality and compilation parameters some or most functions may be inlined, preventing you from finding a function definition to reverse.
In case this is C code (or C style within C++ code) functions might not be named for the object they're implementing, although this doesn't seem to be the case, as evident by the naming convention.
Regardless of whether functions are inlined or whether they're implemented as struct/class methods or bare functions, after finding the major implementation functions for the structure you should start by mapping the structure's members. Their sizes, types and meaning by reverse engineering the different functions. After most of the members are clear, naming related functions shouldn't be too difficult.