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How do I trap the value of EOF?

main()
{
int c;
c=getchar();
while(c != EOF)
putchar(c);
c=getchar();
}
}
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Question by:JMarshall
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by:JMarshall
ID: 1258359
Please rewrite code to print the Value of EOF!
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imladris earned 40 total points
ID: 1258360
How about:

main()
{
int c;

do
{   c=getchar();
    putchar(c);
} while(c != EOF)
}
}

P.S. You could also find what the value is by inspecting stdio.h.

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