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getch() and #incude <conio.h> problems
I am working on an online C course. I am currently working on lectures introducing stacks. However in this lecture I am told to include #include howe
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I am working on an online C course. I am currently working on lectures introducing stacks. However in this lecture I am told to include #include howe
mwilki7
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conio.h is a windows header, won't compile on repl.it while they use linux OS's same for the system("cls") command The linux equivalent would be printing a special character that clears the console screen: printf("\033[H\033[J"); if you wanted to put that in a define: #define clearScreen() printf("\033[H\033[J") `2 years ago
TheForArkLD
TheForArkLD
clear not cls and idk c...2 years ago
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When I try to use the gets() function in C. I always get a warning "gets is invalid in C99" Does anyone know why this is happening? Also how to fix t
Passing strings to functions
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AashiqAhmed
AashiqAhmed
use string.h10 months ago
mwilki7
mwilki7
from what I'm getting from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/49256131/why-is-implicit-declaration-of-gets-not-allowed-in-c99 gets was removed from the standard library and this error message was a notification for those with this in their legacy code to remove it so it depends how old the compiler you're using is you should use fscanf(file pointer, format string, argument1, argument2...) as a substitute Example: #include int main() { int test_input = 0; printf("Test input: "); 2 years ago