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Posted on 2006-07-21
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Could you please let me know ho to fix this error...

386: fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=/"%s/">\n", command);

file should contain this  -> <command cmd=”authorizationFailure” >   

simba.c:386: `s' undeclared (first use in this function)
simba.c:386: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
simba.c:386: for each function it appears in.)
make: *** [simba.o] Error 1


     
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>> 386: fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=/"%s/">\n", command);

use a backslash to escape the quote:

386: fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=\"%s\">\n", command);
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the above solution is alright, you can also try this

fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=%c%s%c>\n",'\"', '\"', command);
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>> fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=%c%s%c>\n",'\"', '\"', command);

only when you put the arguments in the right order ;-)

fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=%c%s%c>\n", '\"', command, '\"');
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by:nafis_devlpr
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yeah you are right buddy, sorry, it should be like this

fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=%c%s%c>\n", '\"', command, '\"');
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Alternatively if you are working in ASCII (solution may be different if you are working in EBCDIC)

fprintf(fp, "\t<command cmd=\042%s\042>\n", command);
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