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data coming from a pipe is directory list... ( command "ls" ),
i try to put every filename into an array...
# include <stdio.h>
char delim = " "; // this whitespace??
char *split_input = NULL;
ls_pipe = popen ("ls", "r");
split_input = strtok (ls_pipe, delim);
while (split_input != NULL)
printf("split_input is \"%s\"\n", split_input);
split_input = strtok(NULL, delim);
it compiles with this message:color.c:
In function `main':
color.c:10: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
color.c:14: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
strtok is in the string.h file, i cant compile this because it gives errors saying it doesnt know what strtok is. i dont see how you dont get these errors?! do #include<string.h> and see if anything changes..
again, for the first time when you use strtok you call it as such:
but it wants:
(const char* string, const char* delimiters);
can you upload and send a link this file (color.c)?