[Tutor] C program

Alondt Yauk fiveholiday55 at hotmail.com
Wed Aug 1 02:12:33 CEST 2007

Hello people of the world.

This question is not a Python related question, but I thought I might just throw it in here and see if there are any C old-timers who could help out.

I have a string with space and I would like to remove the space before comparing but I don't know how to go about doing it. Here is the code

int result = strcmp("yes","yes ");//trailing space on the second yes
this should give me '0' meaning they are both the same, but with the space, it gives me '-1'

Please note: those arguments can be supplied by the user, and when they do, I want to strip off the trailing space.

Any helps is highly appreciated.

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