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no not a homework... i just want the function for that....
I have searhed thorougly in the string.h nbut couldnt find anythinh... All the morning i am googling for this issue but still cant find anything...
Yea its a long long file.. What else should i use?
I have read the function inside string.h Most of them dont take into account the \n\n character.. Do u know alternative ways for removing blank lines?
Thx a lot for your rime
Thx a lot but the code doesnt seem to work for me
gcc -o puts puts.c
puts.c: In function `main':
puts.c:16: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
puts.c:20: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast
line2 (line 3 is blank)
Not homework just project... i need to take a file and parse it.....
And parsing means remove lines that u dont want
removes blank lines
and then search for the variables and their values.....so do u have sth else in mind?