Program to compare two input strings in C



#include
#include
#include
#include
char s1[80],s2[80];
int a,b;
int strcmp(char *s,char *t);
void main()
{
int c;
clrscr();
printf("Enter string 1 :- ");
gets(s1);
printf("Enter string 2 :- ");
gets(s2);
c=strcmp(s1,s2);
if (c==0)
printf("Strings are similar.");
else if (a>b)
{
printf("Strings are not similar.");
printf("First string is lenthier than the second string.");
}
else if (b>a)
{
printf("Strings are not similar.");
printf("First string is shorter than the second string.");
}
else
printf("Strings are not similar though they are equal in length.");
getch();
}

int strcmp(char s[],char t[])
{
int i;
a=strlen(s1);
b=strlen(s2);
if (a>b)
{
for(i=0;*s!=')
}

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1 comment:

  1. for(i=0;*s!=')
    i didnt understand this

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