Re: strip_char

From: George (
Date: 12/18/98

On Fri, 18 Dec 1998, I Chose No Name wrote:

>Okay.. I need a function that removes all instances of a certain char from a
>strip_char('~', text);
>would remove all ~ from the string "text"
>however.. i dun know how to do that :) i messed around wit it for a while and
>i can't figure it out.. could someone give me some pointers on how to write a
>function like this? thanks a bunch

modify.c, of stock CircleMUD bpl14:

    char *tilde = str;
    while ((tilde = strchr(tilde, '~')))
      *tilde = ' ';

If you mean closing the space also, look at delete_doubledollar(), also in
the stock code.

George Greer

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