there. Can anyone tell me how will I able to see the changes to the verdict.bmp after I have written some codes in whodunit.c?


In a terminal, make sure you're in the same directory as your whodunit.c.


make whodunit

(make will find whodunit.c and based on some environment variables like CC and CFLAGS call clang with the right arguments)

Call your freshly compiled programme:

./whodunit clue.bmp verdict.bmp
  • ./whodunit clue.bmp verdict.bmp , I did that but it returns "Unsupported file format " – user7519 Feb 21 '17 at 22:15
  • So is clue.bmp in same directory and of a supported file format? Maybe unzip the image again if you accidentally changed it. – Blauelf Feb 22 '17 at 7:07
  • I am doing this, even checked the solution on YouTube. I did the exact same things, but somehow in the IDE's file system verdict.bmp kind of did not refresh. Which is odd, since before every compiling and running I deleted the file and created a new one. The guy on the video did the same things and got the solution. Now I know who the killer is, but I am not happy since I had to check other's solutions for that (which were the same as mine......) – Radványi Balázs Nov 20 '17 at 11:33

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