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#include <stdio.h>
#include <string.h>  // we include the library string.h to the use of string

void saisie(
    char *cpointeur);  // Prototypes of the three functions used in the program
int compte(char *s);
char *miroir(char *s);

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
    char chaine[20];
    printf("miroir est %s", miroir(chaine));
// this function is used to put a string
void saisie(char *cpointeur)
    printf("saisir une chaine\n");
    scanf("%s", cpointeur);
/* the function miroir (in french ) it means "mirror" , the major idea is to
permute the first caractere with the last using an auxilary variable (aux) the
the 2nd character with the penultimate one and so on . we made a call to the
function (compte) which counts the length of the string . As you can see clearly
, I substruct 1 from the equation k = compte(s)-1 ; to get rid of the EOF
caractere which is '\0' because it is not a caractere from the string typed */
char *miroir(char *s)
    int i;
    char aux;
    int k;
    k = compte(s) - 1;
    i = 0;
    while (i <= k)
        aux = s[i];
        s[i] = s[k];
        s[k] = aux;

    return s;

// compte plays the role of strlen so we can change it by an strlen function if
// you want that
int compte(char *s)
    char *p;
    int k;
    p = s;
    k = 0;
    while (*p != '\0')
    return k;