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/stores and retrieves data for two secret asgents

#include<stdio.h>

void main ()
{

struct personnel {
char name [30];
int agnumb; int agent;
};

struct personnel agent1;
struct personnel agent2;
char numstr[81];

printf("\nagent 1.)\nEnter name:");
printf("Enter agent number (3 digits): ");
gets(numstr);
agent1.agnumb=atoi(numstr);
gets(agent2.name);
printf("Enter agent number (3 digits);");
gets(numstr);
agent2.agnumb=atoi(numstr);

printf("\nList of agents:\n);
printf("Agent number: %03d\n", agent1.agnumb);
printf("Name: %s\n", agent2.name);
printf(Agent number: %3d \n", agent2.agnumb);
}

i would also like to use arrays so that the stucture can store and retrieve data of 20 agents. pls hel

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Last Post by WaltP
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whats the error that you're getting??

for array of structure say

personnel arr[20];
arr[0].name = "blah";
..
..
arr[1].name = "blah";

and so on and so forth. you can put this in a loop to take 20 inputs

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A few things are wrong:

- It's int main() not void main()
- If you want to use atoi, you'll have to include <stdlib.h>
- Don't use gets(), you don't need to take in a string when you want an int

You have an error is this line:

printf("\nList of agents:\n);

There's a quote (") missing.

In this line the same problem:

printf(Agent number: %3d \n", agent2.agnumb);

If you had used code-tags when posting you would have seen it yourself.

Niek

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