Re: again a newbee question

the point of getchar is it pulls a char and returns it, which is all you need. so:

getchar();
works well enough. it'll let you press enter before the program closes.
On 4/13/2011 7:10 PM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
hi Ken, you are god!  it worked like a charm! thanks. now please tell
me how to use getchar? take care,  regards. ashish

On 4/14/11, ashish rohtagi<ashishrohtagi1969@xxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
sorry, I corrected the mistake about printf and scanf. thanks for the
advice. take care, regards. ashish

On 4/14/11, Littlefield, Tyler<tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>  wrote:
I'm sorry, getch should be getchar. Also: it's fairly bad coding style
to put a printf on the same line as a scanf. Unless you have good
reason, try to keep your code separated. It makes it easier to read and
people don't miss things quite as easily.
On 4/13/2011 6:50 PM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
like this?? #include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
char me[20];



printf("What is your name?"); scanf("%s",&me);
printf("Darn glad to meet you, %s!\n",me);

scanf("s%",&me);

return(0);
} but result is still the same. can I use getch fungtion? if yes
please tell me how to use it . take care, regards.


On 4/14/11, Jared Wright<wright.jaredm@xxxxxxxxx>   wrote:
It goes right between the last printf statement and the return
statement. It's job is to hold the program open at the end, so it
should
be the last statement before return, which ends the program.
On 4/13/2011 12:09 PM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
hi Tyler, thanks for your suggestion, but I am unable to understand
where to put second scanf. will you just once show me? take care,
regards. ashish

On 4/13/11, Littlefield, Tyler<tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>    wrote:
Like ken said, use scanf to catch it before the window closes, or run
it
in a command line. Here's what's happening:
You open the process, and the first scanf call blocks; that is to
say,
it will not process anything, it is simply waiting for the user to
input
something. But after it's done printing, there is no reason why it
should stay open because you don't tell it to. So run from the
command
prompt, use getch() to let you hit enter before it closes or use
another
scanf.
On 4/13/2011 9:32 AM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
friends, thanks for all the  encouragement. here is my problem, I
want
to use scanf fungtion. in input and output but as soon as I give my
input and press enter the window disappears. it does not give output
based on my input. here is the code. #include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
char me[20];

printf("What is your name?"); scanf("%s",&me);
printf("Glad to meet you, %s!\n",me); return(0);
}


On 4/13/11, Littlefield, Tyler<tyler@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>     wrote:
O. oops. In my defense, I haven't found coffee. :)
On 4/13/2011 7:46 AM, Jared Wright wrote:
It's there, just on the same line as the printf statement.
On 4/13/2011 9:35 AM, Littlefield, Tyler wrote:
good job on using int main, just don't forget a return 0; when
you
are
done. between the printf and the closing brace.
On 4/13/2011 6:36 AM, ashish rohtagi wrote:
here is my code it compiles correctly but text just shows on the
screen for 1 second, I want it to stay. #include<stdio.h>

int main()
{
printf("I will learn programming!\n"); return(0);
}


On 4/13/11, DaShiell, Jude T. CIV NAVAIR 1490, 1, 26
<jude.dashiell@xxxxxxxx>     wrote:
You didn't put your printf statement in your message, but let
me
make a
guess. You didn't put a (\n) in before the closing quote mark
so
you
just put text on the screen without a line ending. That could
be
one
contributing factor. Another might be you didn't put an
#include
<stdio.h>     statement in at the top of your program and maybe
used
#include<conio.h>. If that's the case, don't use printf with
conio.h
unless you also include stdio.h. For conio.h, cprintf is the
function
you want. Hope this helps.

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Subject: again a newbee question

friends, sorry here I am with another foolish question, sorry
but
here
is no one to teach and I am learning myself. when I print any
text
on
screen using printf it quickly disappears. what should I do
that
it
should stay? take care, regards. ashish
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