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    What are the functions in C are and what are character arrays do?And how to i connect to a server?


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    If you don't know the answer to the first two questions it will be impossible for you to even attempt the third. Read in introduction to C book (you will find many of them in your local bookstore or library) and study/practice C programming. When you get done with the book, then maybe you will have enough knowledge to begin writing a program that can access a server program.

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    I am reading the book and then asking question

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastprogrammer
    I am reading the book and then asking question
    Good Keep reading and studying, you will find the answer in that book pretty soon.

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    Also, fastprogrammer, I'd suggest slowing down a bit.


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    Slow down what you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastprogrammer
    What are the functions in C are and what are character arrays do?And how to i connect to a server?


    What do you think this forum is, your personal genie?
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    I here to learn not to fight.I thought this message board was to lp you with your questions.I don't want to start a flame war.

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    People have got a little uptight because you are not asking a particulaly sensible question.

    There are literally hundreds of functions in the standard libraries, and many others in platform and compiler specific situations. Nobody is going to write you an entire primer on C functions, it would take forever.

    Your book will cover character arrays, it is how C deals with strings.

    And they are right, you will need to understand both of the above before you consider network prgramming.
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    What I meant by that, other than the obvious play on your name, was that you need to start with the basics, before you try tackling something like socket programming.


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    I never said i want you people do write my program for me.I here to learn not to fight ok.

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