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Recent Blog Lessons
- scanf() the Bastard
- Apr 19, 2014 The scanf() function is a basic input function, but it's not the best for grabbing strings of text.
- Reading Command Line Options
- Apr 12, 2014 One of the most common times the ** type of variable rears its ugly head is when dealing with command line arguments.
- Manually Allocating a Pointer Array
- Apr 5, 2014 While you cannot use the
**blorf format to declare an array of strings, you can use it to build an array of strings. If that sounds confusing, relax: It is confusing.
- Direct String Manipulation
- Mar 29, 2014 Strings can either be manipulated as they're output or in memory before they're output. This Lesson discusses the before method.
- The Art of String Manipulation: Spaces to Newlines
- Mar 22, 2014 Before you get deep into string manipulation, it helps to practice some basic tricks, such as converting space characters to newlines.
This Month's Exercise
- A Simple Calculator
- Apr 1, 2014 One of the most basic programs you can build is the calculator. If you haven't yet coded your first text-mode calculator, here's your chance.
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