Program works but outputs trailing garbage values

Program works but outputs trailing garbage values

By : user5943646
Date : December 01 2020, 04:55 PM
will be helpful for those in need I am working on a code that gives the steps to change one string into another and it works fine but gives garbage values.
code :
    for(int i=(strlen(str1));i<=(strlen(str2)-1);i++){
        printf("%d::ADD:: %c\n",changes,str2[i]);
str1[i + 1]=0;
char buffer[512];
buffer[0] = 0;

// Write str1 into the buffer
strcat(buffer, str1);

// [...]

// Instead of 'str1[i]=str2[i];'
buffer[i + 1] = 0;

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This C program outputs garbage

This C program outputs garbage

By : Adam Faulkner
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue Garbage. This is due to a programming error: You put only one parameter on the stack (a), but printf takes 2 values from the stack, because of the two percent signs.
If you intended to have both outputs, the character and its ordinal value, you should have written printf("%c %d", a, a);
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Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you As noted in my comment, as_float4 is not a conversion. It takes the 32 bits of the uint, and interprets them as float bits. In your case, you are reading 16 bits, so the float value will be a extremely small (exponent will be 0). Use convert_float4 instead.
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hope this fix your issue There are a couple of problems with your code. You use CX as your character counter, however in this code you increment without initialization:
code :
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save endp
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        xor dx,dx
Register  Contents
AX        If loading under DOS: AL contains the drive number for the first FCB 
          in the PSP, and AH contains the drive number for the second FCB.
BX        Undefined.
CX        Undefined.
DX        Undefined.
BP        Undefined.
SI        Undefined.
DI        Undefined.
IP        Initial value copied from .EXE file header.
SP        Initial value copied from .EXE file header.
CS        Initial value (relocated) from .EXE file header.
DS        If loading under DOS: segment for start of PSP.
ES        If loading under DOS: segment for start of PSP.
SS        Initial value (relocated) from .EXE file header.
   mov ax, 4c00h
   int 21h
   Notes:         It is best to use INT 21h Function 4Ch to exit from
                  '.exe' programs since Function 4Ch doesn't require
                  that CS point to the PSP.
   Notes:         This function is an historical remnant offering no
                  advantages over Function 4Ch. It's better to use
                  function 4Ch, which returns an error code that other
                  programs can access (via Function 4Dh or the
                  ERRORLEVEL statement in batch files); also, CS need
                  not be set first when using Function 4Ch. (INT 20h
                  is equivalent to Function 0.)
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By : slim
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue please check your character set encoding if they are supporting or not. rather follow this link to read more about fpdf offcial page. FAQ
Don't use UTF-8 with the standard fonts; they expect text encoded in ISO-8859-1 or windows-1252. You can use utf8_decode() to perform a conversion to ISO-8859-1:
code :
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By : Thanh Long
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. I am currently having a strange issue of dispay. When I am running the program by doing that : t I have this result : result of the execution of the t.exe , This
code :
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