Reads data from s and stores them according to parameter format into the locations given by the additional arguments, as if scanf was used, but reading from s instead of the standard input (stdin).Syntax:
int sscanf ( const char * s, const char * format, ...);Example:
int main ()
char sentence ="Rudolph is 12 years old";
char str ;
sscanf (sentence,"%s %*s %d",str,&i);
printf ("%s -> %d\n",str,i);
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