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c language - get file name by path

Posted on 2013-12-11
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Hi,

I am trying to get file name but it is not working for me. Here is my code:

char *file_from_path (char *pathname)
{
char *fname = NULL;

if (pathname)
{
fname = strrchr (pathname, '/') + 1;
}

return fname;
}

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	char *pathname =argv[3];
char *fname = file_from_path (pathname);
printf(fname);  // application crash

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The path is like typical windows path like below:

c:\folder1\sub\image\001.jpg

Please guide.

Thanks
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Question by:Johny12345
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mccarl earned 500 total points
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Your path contains "backslash" \ as the separator but you are searching for "forward slash" /

Try this line inplace of line 7 above...
fname = strrchr (pathname, '\\') + 1;

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by:Johny12345
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Yes, I figured it out but u helped me  :)

thanks
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by:mccarl
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Glad I could help! :)
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