> Hey ppl...
> When I use this function I pass a NULL (to indicate use the string
> it already has) and a string of delimiters for the token...
> Ne1 know of any way I can get the delimiter that was actually used
> if it does resolve a token??
> ie my string looks somthing like this to start with :
> BLAH :=
> or it could look like this
> BLAH :=
> I call strtok with a delimiter list of " ["
> I need to know what the delimiter is that is uses...
> Also, I don't have a pointer to the string/token (strtok keeps it to
> itself I believe...) so I can't go about this other ways without a
> little hassle...
no way with standard strtok() you could get the source for it and hack
it yourself, or else write yourself a lexer or get lex(1) to make a
lexer for you. if you do use a lexer you'll probably want to make a
parser as well, in that case either yacc or bison, but this might be a
bit of overkill.
-- #!/bin/sh echo '16i[q]sa[ln0=aln100%Pln100/snlbx]sbA0D3F204445524F42snlbxq'|dc;exit Matthew Keenan Data Network Admin Information Technology Division University of Technology Sydney Australia
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