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In pset2 when I write this code:

string in = GetString();
char a = in[0];
if(isupper(in[0])) printf("Gotcha\n");

I input string "Be sure" and I expected "Gotcha" to be printed out but it was not. When I write this code instead:

if(isupper(a)) printf("Gotcha\n");

Surprisingly, "Gotcha" was printed out! Why didn't it print out before?

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  • What was the output in the first time? – user2477 Oct 1 '14 at 12:05
  • You have probably gotten an error that "a" is not used. if you try using it somewhere later in the code, it should also print "Gotcha" – user2477 Oct 1 '14 at 12:07
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The compiler gives you a warning of unused variable and does not execute the code. If you use your a somewhere in the code or remove it completely, then it should print your Gotcha.

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