dstring.c - dstring.c Week 7 Assignment 7 Created by Joseph...

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// // dstring.c // Week 7 Assignment 7 // // Created by Joseph Ekpo on 11/3/16. // Copyright (c) 2016 CS50. All rights reserved. // #include <stdio.h> #include <string.h> int main() { printf("Welcome to the 'String Splitter!'\n Please enter a string:\n"); char userString[300]; // I used an array instead of malloc unsigned long int strLength = 0; // a variable to store the string length unsigned long int strHalf; // a variable to store the length of half the string (you will see why) unsigned long int i; // everyone's favorite counter variable scanf("%s", userString); // scanf to get a string from the user strLength = strlen(userString); // I get the string length of the string that the user entered if (strLength % 2 == 0) { // This statement checks to see if the string is even (if I divide the string by 2 and it doesnt have a remainder "strLength % 2 == 0" then that means the string is even and I can just split it into two equal parts. printf("The string you entered is even!\n"); // Tell user the string is even strHalf = strLength / 2; // Since string is even, this variable
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