fprintf syntax

This is a discussion on fprintf syntax within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; I've a file as: +a -b +c +d . . . I want to print it into a file as ...

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    fprintf syntax

    I've a file as:

    +a
    -b
    +c
    +d
    .
    .
    .

    I want to print it into a file as +a -b +c +d ... into a file i.e convert \n into spaces!

    Could anyone please let me know the syntax?

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    Hmm, you seem to be creating a thread for every problem you encounter. Don't you think it would be better if you actually read through a book, or at least searched google for the answer? Or better yet, came up with a solution yourself?
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    Yes biv...I find this forum very helpful and thats the reason.I'm sorry if I'm bugging you.

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    Well, it doesn't bug me - I mean, the forums are here for help. But it just looks like you aren't even trying to learn. Obviously it's up to you.
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    I'm not getting much useful things from google. Also I've learnt much much more new techniques from this forum than google.
    I'm highly obliged to you guys here!

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    why dont you read the file in as text, i.e.
    Code:
    FILE *fileptr;
    fileptr = fopen("yourfile.ext", "rt");
    and then just have a conditional. read in one char at a time and then check to see if it == '\n'. if it does, output a space to a string. if not, output the char to a string. after you've read in all of the file, output the string to it or a new file. whatever you choose you want.

    at least i believe that should work...


    also, you should look around cplusplus.com more often... http://www.cplusplus.com/ref/cstdio/fprintf.html
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