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After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free.Here is the official description for CAMaster: Brothersoft Editor: * News in version 2.90: Alarm module, free CRA (Camaster Remote Access) account for every CAMaster installation, remote viewing records in CRC console* JPG and MJPEG IP camera support* Supporting all USB cameras via Direct-X interface* Remote control via Internet without a public IP address* CRC Client (CAMaster Remote Console) for the remote control with or without a public IP address* Suitable either for home or professional camera systems* Recording the camera pictures and events on two parallel devices in the same time (it means, the Data Backup in real time)* High-quality record viewer – forward and return Playback, forward and return steps, playing the record is possible by the scroll bar* Motion detector equipped with the automatic motion sensitivity set-up – the automatic set-up has proved to be highly effective in practice for the fast and precise motion detector set-up.It can very well suppress the picture noise of each separate camera, especially while a camera is scanning in reduced visibility.Here's my code: #include "linkedlist.h" /* conatins structure definition */ /* Function Prototypes Note that variable names have been removed as they are not actually required - they are optional */ int fn Total List(struct listnode *); struct listnode *fn Add Item(struct listnode *, int); void fn Print List(struct listnode *); int fn Menu(void); struct listnode *fn Remove End Item(struct listnode *, int *); struct listnode *fn Remove Start Item(struct listnode *, int *); void fn Search List(struct listnode *, int); int main(int argc, char *argv[]) { struct listnode *ptr Head = NULL; struct listnode *ptr Temp = NULL; int n Choice = 0; int n Run = 1; int n Item = 0; while(n Run) { n Choice = fn Menu(); switch(n Choice) { case 1: /* Add an item */ printf("Please enter an integer : "); scanf("%d", &n Item); ptr Head = fn Add Item(ptr Head,n Item); break; case 2: /* Print the list */ fn Print List(ptr Head); printf("The list total is %d\n", fn Total List(ptr Head)); break; case 3: /* Remove an end item */ ptr Head = fn Remove End Item(ptr Head, &n Item); if(n Item == -9999) printf("Nothing to remove - empty list\n\n"); else printf("The removed value is %d\n\n", n Item); break; case 4: /* Remove a start item */ ptr Head = fn Remove Start Item(ptr Head, &n Item); if(n Item == -9999) printf("Nothing to remove - empty list\n\n"); else printf("The removed value is %d\n\n", n Item); break; case 5: /* Search the list */ printf("Please enter the search value : "); scanf("%d", &n Item); fn Search List(ptr Head, n Item); break; case 6: /* Exit program */ n Run = 0; /* set to zero to stop the while loop */ break; } } return 0; } struct listnode *fn Add Item(struct listnode *ptr H, int n Number) { struct listnode *ptr Temp = NULL; if(ptr H == NULL) { /* Special case - list empty */ ptr H = (struct listnode *)malloc(sizeof(struct listnode)); if(ptr H == NULL) { printf("Adding to empty list - malloc has failed\n"); exit(1); } /* malloc has worked - set values */ (*ptr H).n Val = n Number; printf("Please Enter First , Second & Last Name : "); scanf("%s %s %s",(*ptr H)First Name,(*ptr H)Middle Name,(*ptr H)Last Name); printf("Please Enter Sex M or F : "); scanf("%s", (*ptr H).c Sex); printf("DOB - DDMMYYYY\n"); scanf("%i %i %i", &n D, &n M, &n Y); (*ptr H)DOB.n Day=n D; (*ptr H)DOB.n Month=n M; (*ptr H)DOB.n Year=n Y; ptr H-ptr Next = NULL; /* This is important as it signals the last node within the list */ } else { /* There are items already in the list need to locate the end - use a while loop to step through looking for ptr Next to equal NULL */ ptr Temp = ptr H; /* Use a temp pointer */ while(ptr Temp-ptr Next = NULL; } return ptr H; /* This is really only needed when adding the first item to the list - but have to do it in all cases to avoid error messages */ } int fn Menu(void) { int n Choice; printf("Choices menu\n\n"); printf("1.\t Add an item\n"); printf("2.\t Print list\n"); printf("3.\t Remove an end item\n"); printf("4.\t Remove a start item\n"); printf("5.\t Search for a value\n"); printf("6.\t Quit\n\n"); printf("Please enter a choice :"); scanf("%d", &n Choice); return n Choice; } void fn Print List(struct listnode *ptr H) { if(! When there is only one node within the list */ struct listnode *ptr Temp = NULL; if(!ptr H) { printf("\n\n\t Empty list\n"); } else { while(ptr H) { printf("%d\n", ptr H-ptr Next; } printf("\n End of list\n\n"); } } struct listnode *fn Remove End Item(struct listnode *ptr H, int *ptr Num) { /* There are two special cases ... ptr H) { /* The list is empty */ *ptr Num = -9999; /* A value to signal empty list */ } else if(!

ptr H-n Val; free(ptr H); /* This releases the memory allocated by malloc() back to the heap */ ptr H = NULL; /* As this was the last item to remove need to return NULL so that ptr Head is set to NULL */ } else { /* There are more than one nodes in the list, need to step through to find the last but one node */ ptr Temp = ptr H; while(ptr Temp-ptr Next = NULL; /* Set to NULL as this is now the last node */ } return ptr H; } struct listnode *fn Remove Start Item(struct listnode *ptr H, int *ptr Num) { struct listnode *ptr Temp = NULL; if(!

ptr H) { /* Empty list */ *ptr Num = -9999; return ptr H; } else { ptr Temp = ptr H-n Val; free(ptr H); return ptr Temp; } } void fn Search List(struct listnode *ptr H, int n Search Val) { struct listnode *ptr Temp = ptr H; int n Count = 0; if(!

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I am having problems with some code I have to add the option to input a person into my structure link list.

I can add the person to the first node with an integer for an identifier but then when I come to add another it only asks for the integer not for the other details.