replace the "*" in the above string with " ", a single space character using ANSI C??
ok, I am very new to C programming and i have a problem at hand, i wuld really really appreciate any help plz,
The string is defined as the following:
char * foo = " Baltimore *MD*is*a*really*good*place*to*work*and*play";
Using the smallest amount of code possible, replace the "*" in the above string with " ", a single space character using ANSI C language. The resulting string should be printed out at the end of the program. In addition to a manual examination, the resultant .C file will be compiled with GCC compiler with the "-ansi" flag set and executed to determine success
CAN SOMEBODY HELP PLEASE?
well its not a homework problem,
schools r i guess not started yet summer is still going on, and i do apologize that i got frustrated about it and posted in all C forums, i need it for my work, i would apreciate if someone gets back with some help, oh also i can see in the problem they r using pointers and i am soooooo not good at it, so any help?
yes, i did very basic level programming
and i did learn arrays and strings, but nothing on this advance level, i would love if you can point me somewhere where i can learn it like very quick? i know you are not giving out just whole solution, but you can atleast tell me where do i go and learn it