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Old 11-07-2007
extremely new to unix, need help

I'm really new and I need help with UNIX. I'm not sure how to use FILE * fp properly, I don't know how to use loops, I don't know how to using i++ or ++i to do things like count the number of scans and print it out, and I don't know how to call functions and use them. I really only know how to use basic printf.

If this is just too sad or too much to help with, can someone direct me to where I can learn how to do these things, but its explained very clearly and basically with simple examples.

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Old 11-07-2007
Welcome to the forum Smilie

May be its worth taking a look into this tutorial

Handling Files in C

Try out the code and post the code what you had tried so far, we would try to help you !

Happy programming ! Smilie
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