Thread: how to use char **line

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    how to use char **line


    I have a fuction like : int fucntion(char **line), i would like to know what i need to put for it's work.

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    What is this function supposed to do?
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    get_next_line(constint fd, char**line)
    int     buf_size;
        buf_size = READ_SIZE;
        text =malloc(sizeof(char) * buf_size);
    if (fd <0||!text ||!line)
    return (-1);
    return (read_line(text, buf_size, line, fd));

    here is my function, this need to return a line.
    Last edited by AnonymousCode; 02-12-2019 at 11:34 PM.

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