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Change a command line argument argv

Did you try debugging? If you do, you will see that it never attempts to erase anything. You can't compare strings (char*) with simple equality, because in reality you're comparing pointers, which will (almost) never be equal. Instead, you should use string comparison functions, like this:

if (!strcmp(argv[i], "--item")) {

Also, since you're overwriting the argument, you don't need to use a lot of spaces, you can simply set it to an empty string (argv[i] = ""), or modify the existing string to make it empty (argv[i][0] = 0). Alternatively, you could shift the rest of the arguments so you don't end up with gaps which could confuse the rest of your code.





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