Validating c

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Does anyone know how to perform data validation in C? :) Does anyone know how to perform data validation in C? :) Data validation is a generic programming technique that is language independant. It was spotted during Y2K work in the late 1990s: if(d ! It was spotted during Y2K work in the late 1990s:if(d ! Thanks once again, kind regards, Gurdip Well, I'm sorry if I got each and every person confused about data validation, but actually, this question was raised because of my Data Structures and Algorithms lecturer.

I have searched google for every possible result, and I either end up with data validation for C or nothing at all. I have searched google for every possible result, and I either end up with data validation for C or nothing at all. It is just the process of checking that data input to your program is within the range of expected values, etc. I have searched google for every possible result, and I either end up with data validation for C or nothing at all. It really depends on what the data you are trying to validate is, what the rules are, and where the data is coming from. She didn't teach us nuts about validation, and she comes to class saying that we all have to do "data validation for input".

Suppose you're calculating the average number of bus riders per run.

You know that the number on a given run can't be less than zero, and you know that the bus holds only 66 riders.

Thanks once again, kind regards, Gurdip validation, but actually, this question was raised because of my Data Structures and Algorithms lecturer.

User inputs: 1-800-555-1212 Try 2: A valid telephone number consists only of digits after removing the characters -, (, ), and blanks.

-- Richard Heathfield "Usenet is a strange place" - dmr 29/7/1999 rjh at above domain (but drop the www, obviously) The following fragment is taken from the source code used by a major UK bank, the identity of which will remain anonymous (to protect the guilty). It was spotted during Y2K work in the late 1990s: if(d ! The following fragment is taken from the source code used by a major UKbank, the identity of which will remain anonymous (to protect theguilty). I hope you all don't mind giving me some advice on this.

We laughed and laughed and laughed, until we stopped. The following fragment is taken from the source code used by a major UK bank, the identity of which will remain anonymous (to protect the guilty). We laughed and laughed and laughed, until we stopped. It was spotted during Y2K work in the late 1990s:if(d ! She didn't teach us nuts about validation, and she comes to class saying that we all have to do "data validation for input".

She didn't teach us nuts aboutvalidation, and she comes to class saying that we all have to do "datavalidation for input". I really don't think any of the responders are confused:-) Do you mean that you're still confused about it?

Really, all it means is that you must write code to make sure the data is valid (reasonable, within specifications, etc.) before you use it.

User inputs: 1-800-555 Try 3: A valid telephone number consists of 10 digits after removing the characters -, (, ), and blanks.

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