I am writing the
frequency function for pset 3, and I'm taking the input string
note and storing the character that denotes the octave number in an integer called
octave1. I've been getting some pretty funky outputs so used the debugger to investigate. I've also used
eprintf to double check that my stored value of
octave1 is correct.
int octave1; octave1 = note; eprintf("The octave1 is: %c\n", octave1);
I've tested my function by doing the following:
~/workspace/pset3/music/ $ ./notes 5 helpers.c:179: The octave1 is: 5
And according to
eprintf it seems that my stored
octave1 is correct. but in my debugger it shows that
octave1 has actually been stored as 52??!! (see screenshot below)
This explains the weird outputs I've been getting but I don't understand how 52 was generated.
Any help will be gratefully received!