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Map enum to char array


#include <stdio.h>

enum status{
  one,
  two,
  three,
  four,
  five
};

char *stats[] {
  "1",
  "2",
  "3",
  "4",
  "5"
};

#define NUMBER_OF_INPUTS sizeof stats / sizeof stats[0]))

int main() {
  enum status;
  int name;
  

  printf "Number of Inputs is: %d\n", NUMBER_OF_INPUTS );
  for name = one; name < NUMBER_OF_INPUTS; name++) {
    printf "\n%s", statsname ] );
  }
  
  printf "\n\n" );
}


           
       
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