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    So it works with a loop of smaller amounts? It...

    So it works with a loop of smaller amounts? It could be anything really. Is the file opened and closed correctly?
  2. printf("\nUSD %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f...

    printf("\nUSD %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f\n",inputUSD,inputUSD_CAD,inputUSD_EUR,inputUSD_HKD,inputUSD_BPS,inputUSD_MEP,inputUSD_INR);
    printf("\nCAD %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f %.2f\n");
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  3. Jesus was almost certainty not born on Dec 31 nor...

    Jesus was almost certainty not born on Dec 31 nor Dec 25, or in the year 0.

    4-6 BC is more likely and probably in September.
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    What seemed to happen was it would not move the...

    What seemed to happen was it would not move the file pointer past the 0 however it would read past it up the the \n and copy that into
    my string buffer but the file pointer would remain pointing to...
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    And you could maybe fire it at the light bulb to...

    And you could maybe fire it at the light bulb to switch it off.

    You would get through a lot of bulbs that way though.
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    Thanks but I was using fscanf at the time and...

    Thanks but I was using fscanf at the time and this seemed to fix it.
    I just read in the 00.




    if ( strncmp(tmx,"#Game ",6) !=0) {
    if (rn==0) {rn=fscanf(game_file_ptr,"%d",duffint);...
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    Yes maybe in future I will use fgets or whatever,...

    Yes maybe in future I will use fgets or whatever, but gets(string) is pretty easy to remember and simple to use.

    I would say in reality a bug from too much input is going to be pretty easy to...
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    Finally seems to be getting to grips with this...

    Finally seems to be getting to grips with this program after 6 days!!

    Seems the main problem is I ported the program over from a site which had one text file per game where as for the new site all...
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    It's not going to crash though is it? I am not...

    It's not going to crash though is it? I am not going to declare a small buffer and then over fill it.
    Even if I did he cause of the crash would be obvious.
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    Yes!! It really is two much work!! it is three...

    Yes!! It really is two much work!!
    it is three time the amount of work!!

    So if I follow your rules I will be 3 times less productive - so no thanks I am happy doing it my way.
    I don't want to...
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    I am not suggesting it to others, I just do not...

    I am not suggesting it to others, I just do not make pointless work for myself just for the sake of it.
    If I am just doing some small test program for my self I do not treat it is as if I was...
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    However we only build houses strong enough to for...

    However we only build houses strong enough to for an earthquake in earthquake zones!!!
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    Well I would not have a problem using it really...

    Well I would not have a problem using it really not unless I was writing a under interface for someone's life support system,
    if my program to swop two strings crashed it's not the end of the world....
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    I think you can use char gets (char *str) ...

    I think you can use
    char gets (char *str)




    char x[STR_MAX] = {'\0'};

    gets(x);
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    Sorry I am not sure I never do that kind of...

    Sorry I am not sure I never do that kind of stuff!!

    EXIT_SUCCESS is probably defined as zero, you can check with a printf"%d",EXIT_SUCCESS);

    I think main is an int by default but I am not sure,...
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    Sorry I am not sure I never do that kind of...

    Sorry I am not sure I never do that kind of stuff!!

    EXIT_SUCCESS is probably defined as zero, you can check with a printf"%d",EXIT_SUCCESS);

    I think main is an int by default but I am not sure,...
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    Only joking!! :) I have done far more stupid...

    Only joking!! :) I have done far more stupid thing in C I can assure you!!!
    Although I have done quite a lot of things in C programming I am still unsure of some of the basics because I was never...
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    Yes that looks fine to me. Before you just...

    Yes that looks fine to me. Before you just declared pointers, this time declared memory space that can be copied to.
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    also why use %2s? that only prints 2 character,...

    also why use %2s? that only prints 2 character, use just %s.
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    Read my updated post. I am not sure what you want...

    Read my updated post. I am not sure what you want to do, you can effectively do a copy by changing what the pointers point to.
    That is more efficient than moving the whole string.

    It's like...
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    I think you are declaring your strings as fixed...

    I think you are declaring your strings as fixed constants not variables.

    You will do better with for example


    char a[20]="whatever";

    (if that compiles lol)

    You see 'a' is now space for a...
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    I wonder if it is possible to to via the proxy...

    I wonder if it is possible to to via the proxy serve back to your own computer and get the address that way somehow?

    Just a thought really.

    Bit beyond me to do I think, but I guess you could...
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    Oh well it still has a problem on the big test...

    Oh well it still has a problem on the big test but that should be easier to sort out now it does not crash and works on less test data.
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    Well at long long last I think I may have cracked...

    Well at long long last I think I may have cracked it!!
    As I had kind of suspected the problem seems to have been caused
    by blank lines which fscanf (which reads the file) skips over.


    This...
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    could the switch case statement be used? (3...

    could the switch case statement be used?

    (3 mins too late lol)
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