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2:59pm Thu 8th Sep, Christopher M.

> Good Afternoon Christ,
Just Chris will be fine.
> I am using for loops in my main functions to check for validity of time.h variable of month to check that the input month is not a null byte. Although my functions compile, they don't seem to run (even when I just try to run one function at a time), and instead get suspended in terminal, > > like so "zsh: suspended ./estimatecron 8 crontab.txt estimate.txt"
This looks like you are *suspensing* the execution of your running program by typing Control-Z. If you wish to interrupt (terminate) a running program, the correct key sequence is Control-C. The message is being reported by your shell, zsh, and not by your program or the operating-system directly. Nothing to do with your while loop, whether it's an infinite loop, or otherwise.

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