Thursday, 9 February 2012

concatenate command line program

Here is my approach for creating a concatenation command line program.
Don't try on matrix...
It's not perfect because I'm too busy to work on it any longer!!
If you have any suggestion please leave a comment!!!!!

#include <iostream>

using namespace std;

bool Files(int argc,char* argv[]);

int main(int argc, char* argv[])

bool done;

done= true;

  (argc < 3)
cout<<"Usage:  Concat  Destination.txt File1.txt (File2.txt File3.txt ...)"<<endl
cout<<"       make sure you have File1.txt and File2.txt exists!!!"<<endl
 (done = !done);

cout<<"Concatenation successful!!"<<endl;

//this is just so the program won't exit before we see the "cout"s..

  return 0;

bool Files(int argc,char* argv[])

  FILE* destination ;
  FILE* files;
  int i;
  int temp;

  //first argument is the destination file always
     destination = fopen(argv[1], "a");

for(i= 2; i< argc; i++)
 files = fopen(argv[i], "r");
 while((temp = fgetc(files)) != EOF)
fputc(temp, destination );


return true;

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