dos prompt disappearing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thantos
    Well using the standard and strcmpi don't go together as the function is non standard.
    good point... I was just saying that it was a depreciated header... that's all...
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    BTW, thantos, all that was needed was to change the prototypes into function calls. That keeps it running until you type quit as a command

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    Yes I know, but at the same time its a ........ poor method of doing so. Eventually you WILL run out of memory with this method and the program will crash.

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