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I see that C++ has a library STL (list)for doing some easy bit stuffing.  But I need to do bit stuffing in C.  Does any one have any ideas for me?
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What is bit stuffing?
is that bitwise programming?
like and, or, xor and left-right shift.
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no, I need to send a stream of data (1's & 0's) and if this stream contains 6 consecutive 1's then I need to insert a 0 after the 5th 1.
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RONSLOW earned 100 total points
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here is a link

http://www.snippets.org/

has lots of C code for fibbling with bits (and heaps of other stuff).
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excellent site thanks for your help.
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