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Questionwhy "Invalid Gender!"? Pin
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Jochen Arndt22-Sep-16 20:47
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You are comparing a character array (a pointer) with a pointer to a constant string:
if(gend == "female")

Those pointers will never be identical.

If you want to compare strings (the content pointed to by the pointers), you must compare each element (character) of the strings. There is the strcmp[^] C standard library function to do this:
if (!strcmp(gend, "female"))
Poke tongue | ;-P
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