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Need help with dynamically allocating an array from the text entered

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the program is to encypt and decypt text but i am having trouble dynamically allocating the array. how do i do this can you write the code for the array and explain it to me
i want it to take each word from the text and store each word in an array
anyhelp would be appreciated
thanks much
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