how to define run-time commands in C

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    how to define run-time commands in C

    I'd like to make a small program which requires it to run on base of run-time commands...
    like "quit".. to quit. "help" -- show a small doc for help.
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    how could I handle this kind of things.

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    I mean the program should execute based on the run-time commands I create..

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    That's easy... LEARN C. Any C tutorial will get you started on that.

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