Classifying characters (was struct:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by twomers
    Dude, this is your answer (from Salem):

    >> You may find the isupper() and islower() functions in ctype.h useful.

    check out what he says! Use a loop with these functions and have variables which change depending on the result of them. If you are stuck, don't ask us how to use these functions, cause I know for a fact that there are lots of examples on these forums on how to use them. Use the search feature on the site!

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    Please please can you learn to type properly.

    xorry = sorry.
    nweiz = (I think) anyway.
    owkie = ok, or okay.
    and plzzz = please

    thnx very much......i read savitch's book of c++..and i found the problem there..hekhek...

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    update: thnx = thanks.

    You found the initial problem there? Like the counting upper/lower letter cases one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twomers
    Dude, this is your answer (from Salem):

    >> You may find the isupper() and islower() functions in ctype.h useful.

    check out what he says! Use a loop with these functions and have variables which change depending on the result of them. If you are stuck, don't ask us how to use these functions, cause I know for a fact that there are lots of examples on these forums on how to use them. Use the search feature on the site!

    EDIT:

    Please please can you learn to type properly.

    xorry = sorry.
    nweiz = (I think) anyway.
    owkie = ok, or okay.
    and plzzz = please

    OK...again SORRY...ANYWAY....Thanks for the HELP....So MucH..(hekhek)....

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