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String handling in C - new examples of extracting integers from a string

A new example in C, reading in a line of text and parsing all the integers from it into an array - [here]. It uses
  fgets to read a line from the user
  strdup to take a copy of that line
  strsep to read up to the next separator
  strtol to convert a string to a (long) integer
  strcmp to compare two strings

A slightly less advance pair of examples use
  strlen to get the length of string
[here] and [here].

(written 2016-01-27)

 
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  [2844] Learning about Regular Expressions in C through examples - (2010-06-30)
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