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C Programming: Separate the individual characters from a string

C String: Exercise-3 with Solution

Write a program in C to separate the individual characters from a string.

C Programming: Separate the individual characters from a string

Sample Solution:

C Code:

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>


void main()
{
    char str[100]; /* Declares a string of size 100 */
    int l= 0;
	
       printf("\n\nSeparate the individual characters from a string :\n");
       printf("------------------------------------------------------\n"); 	
       printf("Input the string : ");
       fgets(str, sizeof str, stdin);
	   printf("The characters of the string are : \n");
    while(str[l]!='\0')
    {
       printf("%c  ", str[l]);
       l++;
    }
    printf("\n");
}

Sample Output:

Separate the individual characters from a string :                                                            
------------------------------------------------------                                                        
Input the string : w3resource.com                                                                             
The characters of the string are :                                                                            
w  3  r  e  s  o  u  r  c  e  .  c  o  m 

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How to measure time in milliseconds using ANSI C?

There is no ANSI C function that provides better than 1 second time resolution but the POSIX function gettimeofday provides microsecond resolution. The clock function only measures the amount of time that a process has spent executing and is not accurate on many systems.

You can use this function like this:

structtimevaltval_before, tval_after, tval_result;

gettimeofday(&tval_before, NULL);

// Some code you want to time, for example:
sleep(1);

gettimeofday(&tval_after, NULL);

timersub(&tval_after, &tval_before, &tval_result);

printf("Time elapsed: %ld.%06ld\n", (long int)tval_result.tv_sec, (long int)tval_result.tv_usec);

This returns Time elapsed: 1.000870 on my machine.

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