I've heard the curses library can be useful when trying to implement the handy DOS-only tools of gotoxy() and clrscr() using move() and initscr(). Though, there is a way to write your own gotoxy() in the Linux environment. This topic isn't touched often, so I would like to change that. I'll also show an example of how to use clrscr(), but it isn't our main focus.
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Greetings, String parsing isn't always an easy task. Especially in cases where you need to split a single string into a great multitude, but also accounting for maximum performance. The following code presented does this task simply. Using precise allocation techniques perform greatly when writing an algorithm to precision.
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