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Handling string inputs in C/Linux

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ambuliFlag for United States of America asked on
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Hi there,

I have a function which accpets user inputs as strings. I am expecting
to receive variable number of arguments.

The first word would be a command and the next few the required data
for the command(if required)

Is there a better way to do this rather than parsing the input
and separating each words etc...  ( this function is not the main entry point of the program)...


void handleInputCommand(char *input)
{
     if(strcmp("doJob1", input0)== 0)
     {
        doJob1();
	...
     }
     else if(strcmp("doJob2", input0) == 0)
     {
         doJob2(param1);
     }
}

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