Hello

I am trying to get this function to work...

int error(const char* s)
{
	int f=1;
	
        while (*s!='/0')
       {
              if(*s=='/')
	     {
		  f=0;
		  return(f);
	     }
	      s++;
       }
return f;
}

I want to find out if in the string tat i am passing there is a character "/"....But i am getting a runtime error....wat am i doing wrong? Kindly help..
Thanks in advance...

Well for 10 lines of code, the indentation sucks.
Is the rest of your code an unreadable mess?

Do you get any warnings when you compile?

$ gcc -W -Wall -O2 -c foo.c
foo.c:5:14: warning: multi-character character constant
foo.c: In function ‘error’:
foo.c:5: warning: comparison is always true due to limited range of data type

Hint: consider the difference between /0 and \0

No, i did not get any warnings....It just encounters error while executing...However if i use "a" or some letter instead of "/"...i am not getting error...

Damn, saw ur "hint" now...sorry and thanks...