Can someone help me with what I've done wrong with the character count function?

it should be returning

abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz ABVDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ as 52 but it is coming back as 136088???

#include <iostream>
#include <cctype>

using namespace std;

const int STRINGSIZE = 100;

void getString(char string[]);
void reverseCase(char string[]);
int numGraph(char string[]);


int main()
{
   char string[STRINGSIZE];
   int count;

   getString(string);
   cout << "Entered string => " << string << "\n";

   count = numGraph(string);
   cout << "Number of graphic characters in string = " << count << "\n";

   reverseCase(string);
   cout << "Reverse case   => " << string << "\n";

   return 0;
}

void reverseCase(char string[])
{
   /****************************************************************\
      Reverse the case of all alphabetic characters in the string.
      That is, all upper case characters become lower case and 
      all lower case become upper case.
   \****************************************************************/

   int j=0;
   char *c;

   while (string[j])
   {
      c = (&string[j]);
      if (isupper(*c)) *c = tolower(*c);
      else *c = toupper(*c);
      j++;
   }
}

int numGraph(char string[])
{
   /***************************************************************\
      Calculate the number of printable graphic characters in the
      string.
   \***************************************************************/

   int i, count;

   for (i=0; string[i] != '\0'; i++)
   {
      if (isgraph(string[i])) count++;
   }
   return count; 
}

void getString(char string[])
{
   /************************************************************\
      
      Use getline function to get entire line of text up to

      maximum of STRINGSIZE-1 chars in length
   
   \************************************************************/
   
   cout << "Please enter a string to process\n";

   cin.getline(string, STRINGSIZE);
}

>int i, count;
You're not initializing count to 0, so when you increment, it starts at whatever garbage value was already in memory.

I just realised I needed to set in main as well.

Thanks

You do set it in main: count = numGraph(string); . The problem is that in numGraph, the count begins at who knows where because you never set the value before incrementing and then returning it.