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    getchar example : typewriter */ #include <stdio.h> int main () { int c; puts ( “Enter text. Include a dot (‘.’) in a sentence to exit:” ); do { c=getchar(); putchar (c); } while
    9 Jun 2007 Char is defined by C++ to always be one byte in size. . in the process of converting other articles in this tutorial over to ‘
    ‘ instead of std::endl,13 Dec 2016
    3 Apr 2013 Linux Tutorials – Learn Linux Configuration Here is a small example of C++ code on how to read a characters from a file as well as to count the number lines Then copy c++ code below to a file called read-characters.cpp:
    getc(): It reads a single character from a given input stream and returns the The difference between getc() and getchar() is getc() can read from any input
    The getchar() function in C++ reads the next character from stdin.
    C library function getchar() – Learn C programming language with examples using this C standard library covering all the built-in functions. All the C functions,
    Instead, it left the IO to the compiler as external library functions (such as printf and scanf in stdio library). The ANSI C standard formalized these IO functions into
    getchar is a function in C programming language that reads a single character from the standard input getchar on Cplusplus.com, accessed in February 2006.

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