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594: Mainline

To read a string from a file, you must first create an array in which to store the string temporarily. You must be sure that the array that you create is long enough to hold all anticipated characters plus the required null character that serves as the end-of-string marker. For the information to be read by the analyze_train program, 100 characters is surely enough:

char input_buffer[100];