Exercise1.c - Project1.cpp Name Tanzim Ahmed EE312 Spring...

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/* * Project1.cpp * * Name: Tanzim Ahmed * EE312 Spring 2018 * SpellCheck */ #include <stdio.h> // provides declarations for printf and putchar #include <stdint.h> // provides declarations for int32_t uint32_t and the other (new) standard C types /* All of your code must be in this file. Please no #includes other than standard system headers (ie.., stdio.h, stdint.h) * * Many students find it helpful to declare global variables (often arrays). You are welcome to use * globals if you find them helfpul. Global variables are by no means necessary for this project. */ /* You must write this function (spellCheck). Do not change the way the function is declared (i.e., it has * exactly two parameters, each parameter is a standard (mundane) C string (see SpellCheck.pdf). * You are expected to use reasonable programming style. I *insist* that you indent * reasonably and consistently in your code. I strongly encourage you to avoid big functions * So, plan on implementing spellCheck by writing two or three other "support functions" that * help make the actual spell checking easier for you.
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  • Spring '12
  • Mohanty
  • Genetics, #include, C standard library, #includes, Tanzim Ahmed

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