program that compiles in C compiler but not in C++ compiler
I need a small program that compiles in C compiler but not in C++
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KBG <email@example.com> wrote:
> I need a small program that compiles in C compiler but not in C++
No problem, just send $10 to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll do your homework
> I need a small program that compiles in C compiler but not in C++
Can you think of any syntactic differences between C and C++? For example,
what about keywords? They are very, very sen...Bison: reentrant C++ abstract-syntax-tree parser
I'm trying to use bison to make an abstract syntax tree. I'm trying to
do it in a nice C++ sort of way. But I'm finding it very difficult,
and would really find it helpful if someone could point me to an
example of "best practice".
I'd really like to just return an object in response to a grammar
rule, like I did with JavaCC. But bison wants to put all possible
return types in a union, and it's not allowed to put a class in a
union, so I can't.
I found some examples which used pointers instead. So when the grammar
matched a rule, it created a new instance of...Are sun studio C/C++ compilers and Forte C/C++ compilers same ??
Is there any difference between sun studio compilers and forte
or the names have been changed???
In article <email@example.com>,
"ameya_agnihotri" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Is there any difference between sun studio compilers and forte
> or the names have been changed???
One of many name changes in the product's history (including
amongst others, Java somethingortheother, Workshop, Proworks/Teamworks,
and probably more I've forgotten). Of course, the versions and features
cha...compiling c code but libraries are compiled in c++
We have written cunit code for testing some APIs. defination of
those APIs are in c++ and .so library is created of them. when I
compile my cunit code it gets compiled successfully but while liking
it gives undefined reference to symbol. can anyone help me in this
On 29 May 2007 04:11:14 -0700 sumit <email@example.com> wrote:
| We have written cunit code for testing some APIs. defination of
| those APIs are in c++ and .so library is created of them. when I
| compile my cunit code it gets compiled successf...Will C pgm compile on C++ compiler?
I had C programming in school years ago and would like to play with it
again. When I go online I only seem to be able to find C++ compilers. I know
that C++ is object oriented, whereas C is not. I can get a good price on
Visual C++ 6.0. Is there a way to run native C programs on a C++ compiler?
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"Ken Applequist" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message news:<Sh%1d.4320$F75.1229@trndny01>...
> I had C programming in school ...Writing a C/C++ compiler in C++
I've been thinking of writing a C++ compiler in C++ over the next
several years, and I was wondering what's changed in writing a
I've been pouring over these groups and there seems to be a lot of
tools for starting but is the modern process still the same? As far as
I understand it you write a lexer that tokenizes all the symbols, then
write a parser that parses all of the tokens, then walks the parse
tree to generate the asm or IL that gets shoved to the backend.
So it seemed straightforward except that C++ isn't a LALR(1) grammer
that Bison or Byacc accepts. Does ...Could I compile "c" source with a C++ compiler (Forte C++ Update 2)?
Does Forte C++ Update 2 compiles C source code in ANSI C as same as
Forte C udpate 2 does?
Jacob, Park <email@example.com> wrote:
> Does Forte C++ Update 2 compiles C source code in ANSI C as same as
> Forte C udpate 2 does?
If you're asking whether "CC" will compile the same code as "cc",
then the answer is no.
This is true for ANY standard-compliant c++ compiler
(compilers with different "language mode" like gcc
don't count as a single compiler for this description).
However, usually one can make C code
"compilable" by C++ co...Re: Will C pgm compile on C++ compiler?
Ken Applequist wrote:
> I had C programming in school years ago and would like to play with
> again. When I go online I only seem to be able to find C++ compilers.
> that C++ is object oriented, whereas C is not. I can get a good price
> Visual C++ 6.0. Is there a way to run native C programs on a C++
Several authors implied that a C++ compiler can compile C programs.
is only correct with some restrictions. For example, you can obviously
not use C++ keywords as identifiers. For example, the following is a
legal C program but will fail using C++:
in...commercial c compilers vs free c compilers
what are the benefits in using commercial compilers like intel,
greenhill or portland compared to free c compiles like gcc, lcc, tcc,
TenDRA, sun and others?
> what are the benefits in using commercial compilers like intel,
> greenhill or portland compared to free c compiles like gcc, lcc, tcc,
> TenDRA, sun and others?
<mostly non-topical> As we have no idea of your interests, potential
benefits may not be meaningful in your projects.
More than one of these commercial compilers is more efficient about
vectorization, although gcc is closing the gap.
<...link a c compiled application with a c++ compiled library ?
I've searched nearly one hour for this but found nothing usefull :-/
So my question is simple :
Is it possible to link a c compiled application with a C++ compiled
If yes, how would it possible.. (I guess this would be indirectly
posible by using some wrapper around the c++ library, but I'm aboslutely
not wanting to do that in my case, well at least if I have to write that
wrapper manually myself).
I looked at gcc,g++ man pages, gcc online documentation, .. but can't
even find a beginning of info related to that :-/
Thank you if you can help me.
Exceptionally would need to build a prog. executable to run
in a 16bit environment (MS-DOS).
What a compiler (for experience), that of setting
options can generate executables in a 16bit not protected environment ?
That is a compiler that can be run under WinXP and genres
just a 16bit executable?
I think it is called a cross-compiler!
Obviously, free downloadable ...
Thanks in advance.
> Exceptionally would need to build a prog. executable to run
> in a 16bit environment (MS-DOS).
> What a compiler (for experience), that of setting
> options can generate executa...C to C++ Syntax
I have a question regarding syntax, coming from a C background. In C,
if I had a function like this:
char *ParseDelimitedString(char *String,int DelimitedNumber,char
This would be the way to return a string, instead of trying to return a
local variable. Of course, you can malloc() within the function and
return that, but I dont like having the caller know he has to free() it,
but I digress..
In C++, if I had this function as a static function, in some StringUtil
std::string &StringUtil::ParseDelimitedString(strin...Compiling C into C++
I'm trying to include a C header file from an external library in my C+
+ program but when I compile I get the following error:
error: expected unqualified-id before 'private'
error: abstract declarator 'void*' used as declaration
error: expected ';' before 'private'
It didn't take me long to figure out that the offending C header file
uses a variable with the name "private". I've reproduced the problem
/* -------- a.h - the C header file */
/* -------- end...C compiles, C++ Does Not
I recently installed DJGPP on my system. There was no
problem during the install. However I can compile C programs without
any problems but when I try to compile a C++ program I get a long
list of error messages and the file will not compile.
Can anyone suggest what the problem might
On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 03:35:45 GMT in comp.os.msdos.djgpp,
firstname.lastname@example.org (Charles Reed) wrote:
> I recently installed DJGPP on my system. There was no
>problem during the install. However I can compile C programs without
>any problems but when I try to compile a C++ program I get a...