This program is a revision to an already existing program. The revision adds a function called display_hidden_word. The function prototype void display_hidden_word(char *s); The function should print out hidden word to terminal as a series of underscores separated by blanks. If the secret word is "test", the function will print: _ _ _ _
It will print 4 underscores separted by blanks, 4 for the letters in the word blue. If the phrase contains a blank, the function should print a blank, also surrounded by blanks. For example if the phrase is "I am happY" it will print:
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
It should print 3 blanks between each word. The function must deal with its argument as a character pointer, not as an array, although it is declared in the main function as an array.
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Here is original program:
#define size 256
char buffer[size] = "computer";
int sent = 0;
printf("Can you guess my secret word?\n");
/*Here is where function call should be.*/
c = getch();
if(c == 'q')
printf("\nThe letter %c appears %d times in secret word. \n",c,sent);
int count_letter(char buffer, char c)