Thread: Writing your own functions (particularly getchar())

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    Writing your own functions (particularly getchar())

    I have seen people writing / rewriting some predefined or "included" functions and I need to make one similar to getchar() but instead of [enter] it takes [space]. Was looking around internet a bit and cannot find, or I'm blind probably . I'd use it when writing longer paragraphs in printf (like a story) and every time I put getchar() it takes [enter] and goes to new line. So, my question is can I "fix" it or "rewrite" it so it takes [space] instead, or is it maybe something like that already implemented?

    Thank you.


    I can just use _getch(); Sorry guys and thank you for looking at the thread.
    Last edited by 574515; 03-31-2020 at 12:15 PM. Reason: Found solution

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