Tokenizer in C

This is a discussion on Tokenizer in C within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; LOL Salem. > return 0; > free (ptr); Yeah, that'll work Ofcourse it wont linuxdude. The process will never reach ...

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    LOL Salem.

    > return 0;
    > free (ptr);
    Yeah, that'll work

    Ofcourse it wont linuxdude. The process will never reach free(ptr); as your return statement is placed before it.
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    Linuxdude's post is excusable, he just copied Tarik's and changed it around, he mustn't have compiled it, or thought about it.
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    I still notice that none of the attempts at calling malloc takes into account the length of the string which is intended to be copied.
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    sorry abou the whole return free thing. chrismiceli is right. I just copied his code. I didn't even compile it. Well for the malloc I just guess i was lazy
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    malloc(strlen(mytext)+1));

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    > malloc(strlen(mytext)+1));
    *Shakes head*
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    __ whoops

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    Thank you guys I am so appreciate with your help and I learn some important points too.
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