why does all need *pointer in all 7 parts??
For the last explanation with why to chose an array over a pointer, if you use malloc while chosing a pointer, it should work, doesn’t it?
You couldn’t have explained it better. Good job.
Adam you are certainly cool..
Super bien expliqué! Very clear explanation sir, thank you 🙂
Great Video!! Is there a way around the string pointer? I want to split a string that is a string pointer..?
Great work dude!
THANK YOU VERY MUCH .. YOU ARE AMAZING ! SO UNDERSTANDABLY AND SO EASY !
or you can just type in ‘ss’ between ww[dot] and youtube.
u just saved my homework . thank u very much
One of the best explanations on strtok(). Thanks a lot
Super explanation! Very helpful!
God bless you.
so if you cannot use a pointer, then how would I do this for input from an external file?
Great video! I had issues when I worked with the string tokenizer in Java, but this video helped me clear it up.
Why did you use pointers @ 3:30 for ‘word’ and ‘secondword’. You could have just done the same thing but omitted the ‘*’ at the start of each word right?
cant thank you enough awesome!!!!
Really great tutorial. So clear. Great use of the squares to illustrate what is going on in memory. It is hard to find tutorials that illustrate what’s really going on. One of the very best I have come across. Thank you.
Hi, I found your video very informative but your audio is low from my perspective. It sounded like you were sat at the back of the room from the mic. I’ve got my laptop audio maxed out to hear it. Maybe it’s time Youtube had a volume normalise on all videos because while your video audio is low, other videos about blow my speakers out. There’s no set level on youtube so you’ll be watching a video with low audio and then an video advert will come on and blow the speakers out…..
If you have firefox download the “easy youtube downloader” addon (it’ll add a download button beneath youtube videos) otherwise
copy the youtube URL (youtube . com/watch?v=whatever) and then go to keepvid . com and paste the url and hit download. It may pop up wanting you to run a java applet (say yes/run). It will then give you several formats and resolutions. Unless you know that you can run the other formats just choose mp4 and whatever resolution you want (probably 1080p or 720p).
this is just awesome adam …..but wat happen if the token seperator is in the starting of the string.
nice tutorial !
Perfect explanation, you helped me a LOT man, thank you!!
Anyone please Help ! Why I can’t download this video ?? 🙁 I need this.
Thank you for this! Helps a lot! 🙂
your videos are great, clear explanation. Thanks so much!
thnks can you explain how to save the tokens into diffrent variables
Thank you for your video sir. This video help me a lot !!!
YOU ARE AWESOME !!!
Can we split time and date if we didnt declare array or string
thanks a lot dude i’ve read about this like a 1000 times and it didn’t make sense until now
Really cool !
I LOVE YOU
haha thanks a lot, it’s way much clearer now
Hmmm, I just did a search and apparently easy youtube downloader has been discontinued. Another that works in pretty much the exact same way is “1-Click Youtube Video Downloader (currently version 2.1.1)”. I just switched over to it so I don’t have issues with updates later lol.
What will happen if there is a consecutive terminating character?
For example: I love donuts (assume that space is a terminating character)
Great video and clear explanation. 🙂