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    thanks all guy`s , the problem fixed when i...

    thanks all guy`s , the problem fixed when i change the char to unsigned char , i couldn`t notice that ..
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    point to the first char in a the input file ??

    point to the first char in a the input file ??
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    strange negative numbers ?!!

    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    #include<string.h>

    int main()
    {

    FILE *out;
    FILE *in;
    char *ce;
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    thanks Salem ur the best here ! and i am sure...

    thanks Salem ur the best here ! and i am sure that &#37;100 that you will answer my questions ..
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    Ops, sorry i found the problem .. the problem...

    Ops, sorry i found the problem ..

    the problem is that i print out the address looooolz... i forget to do this
    *ch

    thanks zacs for help
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    there is an error when i use fread() , here`s the...

    there is an error when i use fread() , here`s the problem


    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    #include<string.h>

    int main(int argc,char *argv[])
    {
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    is there another way other than fread() ??

    is there another way other than fread() ??
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    how can i read a unicode char from a file ?

    when i save a file as Unicode every char will be 2-byte long

    how can i read it from a file ??

    if i use for example


    FILE *fp;
    c = getc(fp)
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    try to not use casting so it will be like this :...

    try to not use casting so it will be like this :

    list_t **list_array = malloc(sizeof(list_t*) * max_size);
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    thanks guys , finally i got every things works Ok...

    thanks guys , finally i got every things works Ok .. "thanks word" is not enough to thank you..

    and i appreciate your help all of you .

    sorry my english is bad ,
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    and if i have a struct that contain multiple id`s...

    and if i have a struct that contain multiple id`s .. like this :


    struct s{
    char *id[4] ;
    }MyArray[5];

    can i do what salem say`s .. or it will be a problem

    i mean is this true :
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    thanks Salem , and is there a way to do it...

    thanks Salem , and is there a way to do it dynamicly ??
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    this is More advance exmaple : ...

    this is More advance exmaple :


    #include<stdio.h>
    #include<stdlib.h>
    #include<string.h>

    #define MAX2 100

    struct s
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    Array of structs

    is this possible ??


    struct s{
    char *name;
    }MyArray[5];

    is this will create array of structs or i am wrong because after compiling it i get the same answer ..

    exampl when i put to the...
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    i am very thanks full for all of you guys , my...

    i am very thanks full for all of you guys , my problems in linked lists now fixed, after i try some tests ..

    i am so happy right now ..

    and i am sorry for bothering you dudes
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    thanks so much citizen your post help me alot.. @...

    thanks so much citizen your post help me alot.. @

    and what i really want is that i have 2 pointers

    first one name root
    and the second one name t

    the t is a list where i insert something to...
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    so you mean i cann`t make the root point to the t...

    so you mean i cann`t make the root point to the t ?!!

    and i must malloc the root before make it point to t .. is this true!
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    99% percent ahmet858585 == Meursault

    99&#37; percent
    ahmet858585 == Meursault
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    the problem : the t is a pointer to a struct...

    the problem :

    the t is a pointer to a struct and the root is another pointer to the struct

    if i malloc the t in the second time i will lose the first node and if i make this
    root=t;
    to keep...
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    yes i do that ,but the code still not fixed

    yes i do that ,but the code still not fixed
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    thanks for help

    thanks for help
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    your post dosn`t fix my problems !!

    your post dosn`t fix my problems !!
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    simple problem in a linked list !

    i try hard but i couldn`t fix the problem?!

    This is the source code


    #include <stdio.h>
    #include <stdlib.h>
    #include <string.h>
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    so how can binary tree or binary search...

    so how can binary tree or binary search programmed in C# without using real pointers ?!!
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    how i can reference to point to the bucket ?? ...

    how i can reference to point to the bucket ??

    can you show me an example ?!
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