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Maxwell Chen27-Jan-08 18:21
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rp_suman27-Jan-08 20:43
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Maxwell Chen27-Jan-08 21:06
Maxwell Chen27-Jan-08 21:06 
rp_suman wrote:
Probably you forget to increment value of "i" before return like i = i + 1;.


Yes I forgot. Sorry! Poke tongue | ;-P


rp_suman wrote:
Why you are having char* argument as you are returning char*?


To return the original address for later use. As:
char* Test(char* str)
{
  static int i = 1;
  sprintf(str, "%d.", i++); // Now I remember to increment it.
  return str;
}
// ...
char sBuf[10] = {0};
int v = 0;
for( ; v < 3; v++) {
  printf(Test(sBuf));
  printf("\n");
}


  Maxwell Chen

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