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function calling

Discussion in 'C' started by musicmancanora4, Mar 12, 2006.

  1. musicmancanora4

    musicmancanora4 New Member

    I just want to be able to successfully call the validate Month function inside the getMonth function.. it works when i call getUserInput() but i get type cast errors if i try it with this function. Any idea as to how i can write it up? thnxs

    unsigned getMonth()
       /*** declare variables*/
      unsigned  i;
      int  valid = 0;
      char *prompt = "Please enter a month between 0 - 12\n";
      char *month;
      month = getUserInput(prompt);
      /* in here i want to call the validateMonth() fucntion*/
      /*printf("hello %s",month);*/
      /*printf("Please enter a month between 0 - 12\n");*/
       return EXIT_SUCCESS;
    unsigned validateMonth(unsigned month)
         unsigned m;
         while(month<0 || month>12)
            printf("Month error 0 or less or equal to 12 please\n");
         return m;
  2. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Because the prompt is a character pointer and the function argument for validateMonth is unsigned. i.e. integer.
  3. coderzone

    coderzone Super Moderator

    Isnt the error evident enough.
  4. musicmancanora4

    musicmancanora4 New Member

    the code i have posted is error free. But what im trying to say is that when i try to write the function call for it i get a type cast error for some reason.

    so with the above code how can i call the validateMonth() function inside the getUserInput() function
  5. musicmancanora4

    musicmancanora4 New Member

    Its kewl guys i did it yey! thnxs
  6. shabbir

    shabbir Administrator Staff Member

    Good that its done. Probably you are calling with the different variable type.

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