Write a C program that takes a single command-line argument and produces the same output as the xxd program with just that same argument.
A sample test would look like this:
and would produce the same output as this:
Note that the C function isprint(3) could prove quite useful here.
Also note, that the language used by the textbook and this class are C without the C++ extensions.
Use turnin to submit just the C program file.
(We will turnin archive files later in the semester.)
To test the project, I will do something like this:
rm -rf p1
rm -f *.o
cc -o p1 p1.c
./p1 filename ## I may do this for multiple filenames