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fgets I don't want it to return the new line char

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I'm using fgets which will read a single line at a time, but with fgets I don't want to return the new line char (\n).
Any suggestions or alternatives?

posted Nov 6, 2014 by Harshita Dhaliwal

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Its simple, after calling fgets() just assing '\0' null character at the '\n' place.

1. fgets(buff, size, file_pointer);   // it will read the file and copy the entire line into buff
2. buff[strlen(buff) - 1] = '\0';     // it will replace the '\n' with '\0'.


answer Nov 6, 2014 by Arshad Khan
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