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Frequency words, characters

/* Frequency words, characters */ // ISO/ANSI C program // 0 Errors and 0 Warnings on turboC 3.0 compilers // borland 3.0 #include<stdio.h> #include<conio.h> #include<string.h> main() { int ch,i,j,k,l,fc[50][2],flag; char line[50],fw[50][50]; clrscr(); do { printf("\n<1> Input a line"); printf("\n<2> Number of characters"); printf("\n<3> Number of words"); printf("\n<4> Number of vowals"); printf("\n<5> Frequency of characters"); printf("\n<6> Frequency of words"); printf("\n<7> Exit\n"); do { printf("\n enter your choice "); scanf("%d",&ch); }while(ch>7 || ch<1); switch (ch) { case 1: //input a line printf("\n Enter a line "); scanf("\n%[^\n]",line); break; case 2: //number of characters j=0; for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) { if(line[i]>64 && line[i]<93) ++j; else if(line[i]>96 && line[i]<123) ++j; } printf("total number of characters are %d",j); break; case 3: //number of words j=0; for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) { if(line[i]==' ' || line[i]=='\t') continue; else { for(k=i;k<strlen(line);++k) { if(line[k]==' ' || line[k]=='\t') break; else ++i; } } ++j; } printf("\n total number of words are %d",j); break; case 4: //number of vowels j=0; for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) { if(line[i]=='a' || line[i]=='e' || line[i]=='i' || line[i]=='o' || line[i]=='u') ++j; else if(line[i]=='A' || line[i]=='E' || line[i]=='I' || line[i]=='O' || line[i]=='U') ++j; } printf("total number of vowels are %d",j); break; case 5: //frequency of characters for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) { fc[i][1]=0; flag=0; for(j=0;j<strlen(line);++j) { if(line[i]==fc[j][0]) { fc[j][0]=line[i]; ++fc[j][1]; flag=1; break; } } if(flag==0) fc[i][0]=line[i],fc[i][1]=1; } printf("\n Frequency of each characters"); for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) if(fc[i][1]!=0) printf("\n%c %d",fc[i][0],fc[i][1]); break; case 6: //frequency of words j=0; for(i=0;i<strlen(line);++i) { if(line[i]==' ' || line[i]=='\t') continue; else { l=0; for(k=i;k<strlen(line);++k) { if(line[k]==' ' || line[k]=='\t') break; else { fw[j][l]=line[k],fw[j][++l]='\0'; ++i; } } } ++j; } for(i=0;i<j;++i) { fc[0][0]=0; for(k=i;k<j;++k) { flag=1; for(l=0;l<j;++l) if(fw[i][l]!=fw[k][l]) flag=0; if(flag==1) { ++fc[0][0]; if(fc[0][0]>1) fw[k][0]='\0'; } } if(fc[0][0]>0) { flag=0; do { printf("%c",fw[i][flag]); } while(fw[i][flag++]!='\0'); if(fw[i][0]!='\0') printf("%d\n",fc[0][0]); } fc[0][0]=0; } break; } }while(ch!=7); printf("\n\n i will wait for your mails "); getch(); return ; }

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