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Command line and file handling in C

A simple new example of command line and file handling from yesterday's C course - [here] - reading all the files named on the command line, and reporting on the length of each of them.

It's so easy to go straight from "Hello World" tp a very complex example, and loose all the delegates / readers along the way ... this example shows an intermediate stage and should help you along.
(written 2014-12-03)

 
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