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hi
I was curious on how to do the following i need a filename in quotes but since it itself is being copied into string i don't know how to seperate the quotes from the defined parameter
for example:
strcpy(blah,"get this filename=image.gif");
i=send(25,blah,strlen(blah),0);
printf("%s",blah);
is there a way to get the contents of blah to produce a printout exactly like this
---> get this filename="image.gif"
is there some string manipulation i am missing?
i'm using visual c++
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Question by:jbird090897
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Try this:

      strcpy(blah,"get this filename=\"image.gif\"");

kind regards,

Jos aka jos@and.nl
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thankyou
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