C program for compare two strings , C/C++ Programming

void main()

{

          char n[100],n1[100];

          int i,j;

          clrscr();

          printf("ENTER THE FIRST STRING: ");

          scanf("%s",n);

          printf("ENTER THE SECOND STRING: ");

          scanf("%s",n1);

          for(i=0,j=0;n[i]!='\0';i++)

          {

                   if(n[i]!=n1[i])

                   j=1;

          }

          if(j==0)

          printf("THE TWO STRING ARE EQUAL");

          else

          printf("THE TWO STRING ARE NOT EQUAL");

          getch();

}

 


OUTPUT :

ENTER THE 1 STRING: KAMLESH

ENTER THE 2 STRING: KAMLESH

 

THE TWO STRING ARE EQUAL

 

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