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CPSC-532r - Homework #2 - Sumit Khanna This is a simply program written for Dr. Harris's CPSC-532r class. It reads from standard in and counts the number of bytes, words and new line characters. It has an internal mechnism for string parsing as well as the ability to use the 'wc' program as a backend. **CONFIG** To configure: ./configure To configure with wc as backend: ./configure --with-wc **COMPILE** To compile: make Alternative way to compile (-DHAVE_WC is optional): gcc src/*.c -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DHAVE_WC **RUN/TEST** To run: cd src ./cpsc538hw2 To use file redirection: cd src ./cpsc538hw2 < /path/to/some/file **INSTALL** install? You're kidding right? In theory you should be able to do a 'make install' and have it installed to /usr/local/bin, but why would you want to?