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I need help on this codes that i don't know how to do please help me out, Python language is perferred i have a friend who knows C, if you know in C that may be helpful i will tell my friend to interpret it but please i need help on these 3 codes. 1) It says parameter name is "remove_vowels: (str) -> str" and the description is "Return a new str that is identical to the input str except that the vowels have been removed. Vowels are the letters a,e,i,o,u. We do not consider y a vowel."

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Iterate through the input string, one character at a time. Test each character to see if it's in the set of vowels, and if it isn't output it.
http://ideone.com/fl6aH
should have added the uppercase characters in that string of vowels but that's one way of implementing it in python

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In C: http://ideone.com/6xFV2
agdgdgdgwngo, silly question: after the memcpy, wouldn't a '\0' need to be added to terminate str?
right rsmith :(
thanks a lot @agdgdgdgwngo

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