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The loop terminating condition need not involve the 'counter', although it usually will. = '\n'; count++); Here the for statement has an empty statement part, because all the necessary work is done within the controlling expressions. Note that the terminating condition is independent of count. Changing the loop terminating condition from within the loop should be done carefully, if at all. There is a danger that it may be changed in such a way as to ensure that the loop never terminates at all.

Strings are stored in arrays of characters (this topic is covered in detail in chapter 7) and are referenced by the address of the first character, a pointer to array of char. The general form of the version of sctuifthat processes strings is sscanf (data_string, control_string [, argument_list]) sscanf scans the string data _string attempting to match the data items specified in the control string. Successful matches are, when appropriate, assigned to the arguments in the argument list. Correspondingly sprintf (data_string, control_string [, argument_list]) writes the argwnents specified in the argument list into the data string in the manner detennined by the control string.

Input/output functions using this pointer may write to a file or read from a file. The functions fpn"nl/ and /scanj are, apart from the fact that they communicate with a file, identical in action to their counterparts pn'ntf and scanf. 5. CLOSING A FILE As part of the housekeeping associated with our program, a file should be closed when it is no longer needed. This is done by a call to the function/close which has a general form fclose (file_pointer) When a program terminates normally, all open files are closed automatically.

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