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Conspiracy Nation -- Vol. 8 Num. 11

("Quid coniuratio est?")


[Thanks to a CN reader for the following]


| srchr.c
| This is a C implementation of Brian Redman's QuickBasic 666 Searcher.
| You can do whatever you want with it. If one of the things you want
| to do is compile it, then "cc -s -O srchr.c -o srchr" should work on
| both unix and dos. Enjoy!

#include <stdio.h>

main(ac, av)
int ac;
char *

    int     c,
    char    *p,

c = ~EOF;

do {

printf("Enter name: ");

if (fgets(buf, sizeof(buf), stdin) == (char *)NULL) break;

        for (c = 0, p = buf; p; p++) {
            if (p == '\n') {
                *p = '\0'; break;
            if ((x = *p) > 90) x -= 32;
            x -= 64; x *= 6; c += x;
        printf("%s = %d\n", buf, c);
            printf("Again? ");
            if ((c = getchar()) != EOF)
                switch (c) {
                    case '\n': continue;
                    case  'y':
                    case  'Y': break;
                      default: c = EOF;
            while ((x = getchar()) != EOF && x != '\n');
        } while (c != 'y' && c != 'Y' && c != EOF);

} while (c != EOF);

printf("Thank you for using 666 Searcher.\n"); exit(0);

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