Zipf law



Category : C & C++ & C#

i need a c programme that reads a txt that you chosse then count the number of each word in the programme i have e.g.
"hello this word is very funny this is not"
hello 1
this 2
word 1
is 2
very 1
funny 1
not 1
i would love if anyone could help me with logic or real code ty guys


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