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Posted on 2004-10-02
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Hello !
At my school I have to test my programs
that ask an input from the keyboard
by entering <ctrl-d> (an end of file) in Unix,
But at home I have Windows and I'm using MS VisualC++ 6,
What do I have to enter in the console, to simulate an end of file ?
Thanks
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Ctrl-Z
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But Why do you want the user to enter the EOF character?
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by:matthew016
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Thanks !
When i ask the user to enter a number with the function gets(input);
why when i enter 123 ^Z I have to push to times on Return
(in Unix when I push ^D gets() dont ask me to enter something after ^D)
anyway that's not very important for my program.

and for your question,
I don't know, my teacher ask me to do that :/

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