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Most of the time, segmentation faults are caused by an array index that is too large. That's the case here as well. Check the values of `var` and try to figure out when that value is too large to access x/number.
i took care f it r8? var < size in for loop? that's not good enough?
But what's the value of var when `var >= size`?
it's not var>=size it was var>=0
As long as `var < size`, the loop will run. But after the loop is finished, what is the value of var? (which you use on number in the second loop)
and then it decreases in that while loop
it's not `size - 1`, since `(size - 1) < size`.
oh ok lemme try it but i got a printf for first iteration
hey thanks it worked......gimme a min
nelo? sry... m confused.....wat's ur name again?
slotema is just fine. What's the problem with that program?
it goes in to an infinite loop and prints weird symbols when i xpect some numbers.........
That's a problem in `print_alt`. You're trying to print a string there ("%s"). A string in C is basically an array of characters ended by an element with the value 0 or '\0' (but not ended by '0'). Since number does not have a 0 at it's end, it'll keep printing something until the printf encounters a 0.
did u check the file? the file has weird characters
i used a fprintf for that file
In your fprintf, the same thing is happening. You're trying to print an array as if it were a string. That's not going to work.
ohh so i have to use a loop here?
Yep. Like you did in the print function.
what if a put a /0 in the end? will it work?
It should stop printing, but what it's printing won't be readable numbers. If you're trying to print the integer 1 as a character, it won't show up as '1'.
i changed the flag condition and i changed the print...
it;s stuck in a loop smwer?
Check the power function. The problem is in there.
you can also use the pow function from math.h
yup i found it sry my net's goin crazy and it's still in an infinite loop