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My code

#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>
#include <cs50.h>

int main(int argc, string argv[]) {
    string word = "HiMyNaMeIsJames";
    strlwr(word);
    printf("%s", word);
}

It's returning that the "implicit declaration of function 'strlwr' is invalid in C99". I believe the function of strlwr should be contained within the string.h library though..

Any help would be much appreciated :D

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  • I don't think there's such function as strlwr in string.h.
    – kzidane
    Feb 10 '15 at 7:57
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The function strlwr() is a function from the Microsoft c library and does not work in the standard c library. You should use the standard tolower() function.

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Look at /usr/include/string.h and you will see that no such function is defined.

Sorry.

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While it doesn't do exactly the same thing, you could try tolower() declared in <ctype.h>. You'd have to iterate over each character of the string though; you couldn't just call it once to turn all letters to lowercase. Hope this helps.

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