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I'm trying to teach myself C and I don't I don't understand this question.  One main thing I'm not clear on is what an argument is.    I want to write a declaration, including arguments and result, for a two-dimensional version of strlen.  More specifically  a function that receives an array of pointers to char and an array of size_t integers, and an int that specifies the number of elements in each array.
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mystrlen(char **pointers,size_t *integers, int number)
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