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reading lines from keyboard - simple

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what condition do you have to specify in a loop which reads words
until the user enters blank?
 I am using scanf.
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by:cookre
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Just read until scanf returns zero or EOF.
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You can do it in one statement only using scanf()
scanf("%[^\n]s",&a_string);

The function will read input until a '\n' is detected. Put any thing you want at the place of n like A,Q or blank character, '\x0' The string will be read until that char is encountered.
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