I'm working on an assignment and now that I've finished I'm supossed to write a tester file to demonstrate how well the program works. While writing it I was just testing in a main file within the library itself. Now I'm getting an invalid pointer error when I try to link the testerfile (and I REALLY hope that's just because I'm linking the files incorrectly);
Anyway here's the structure that I have so far.
library file.h is setup with declarations for the library .c file as such:
extern int functionX(args);
How do I setup the testerfiles so that I can call all of the functions from library file.c?
I'm using the following comilation cmd in gcc:
gcc -g -ansi -pedantic -Wall -o xx.o libraryfile.c testerfile.c; ./xx.o
I also haven't written the testfile.h yet because I don't understand what I'd put in it (I think it can be empty, the professor just wants a .h for every .c file).
Thanks to anyone that can offer help, I'm pretty frustrated that I'm caught up on something I assume is simple after writing the entire library...