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Export function name to excel

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i have a function like "int A(char x)"

i want split the function and export into excel sheet as given below

1st column: filename [filename .cpp]
2nd column: int A(char x) [function protype]
3rd column: int [function return type]
4th column: A [Function name]
5th column: char [arg return type]
6th column: char [arg name]
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dev7060
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Formatted data can be written to a file using some already available file handling functions like fprintf(). And for "int A(char x)", separate components can be extracted and used from this string according to the needs.
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