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  1. You can use pointers. It is the fastest and the...

    You can use pointers. It is the fastest and the best solution.
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    Hi, Try out this piece of code. It should work...

    Hi,

    Try out this piece of code. It should work for you.



    char buf[1000];
    FILE *fp;

    fp = fopen("myfile.txt","r");
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    Sticky: "Understanding Pointers in C" by Yashwant...

    "Understanding Pointers in C" by Yashwant Kanetkar.

    Its a very nice book, contains nice examples and easy to understand. It is best for the beginners.
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    This might be due to printf statements, because...

    This might be due to printf statements, because printf statements return int (i.e. no of characters printed). So, just use "return;" in the end. It should solve the problem.
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    You can use strcmp. Its short and simple. Just...

    You can use strcmp. Its short and simple. Just put an extra check for buffer overflow.
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    Are you able to see 00, 01, 02 ... for "rank"?

    Are you able to see 00, 01, 02 ... for "rank"?
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    It seems like "ptr" is not assigned properly....

    It seems like "ptr" is not assigned properly. Please check its assignment.
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