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Write a program in C to reverse each word at its own position in a string

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HI..this is a program in C++..plz convert it to C by simply making some changes in the header files and cout, cin statements..

void main()
char ch[100];
cout<<"\n Enter a Character: ";
for(int length=0;ch[length]!='\0';length++);
for(int i=0,j=length;i!=j;i++,j--)
{char temp=ch[i];
cout<<"\n Reversed String: ";

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It sounds like your drivers are out of funk mate, this is a quick and easy fix and I'll step you through what a driver is and how to find it.

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