Vanilla XML parser1261 (8/23/2012 8:45:16 PM) comp.lang.c As part of the binary image processing library work I had to load some XML
files. There doesn't seem to be a lightweight XML parser available on the web.
Plenty of bloated ones that require full-fledged insta... malcolm.mclean5(985)
#define BYTES *83648 (8/28/2012 7:44:24 AM) comp.lang.c Anything wrong with that, i.e., with #define BYTES *8
to multiply by 8? It looked a little weird to me, but
the more obvious #define BYTES(x) ((x)*8) isn't what
I wanted to write. This was to express units ... john42(342)
typedef, 2D arrays, design: question1137 (9/1/2012 4:25:30 AM) comp.lang.c I am reading "A Book on C" forth edition.
In chapter 6, the author discusses "The Use of typedef". The following is t=
he examples given in the book:
#define N 3
typedef double scalar;
typedef scal... gdotone(70)
a good C book1541 (1/31/2013 9:05:15 PM) comp.lang.c Hello friends,
I *really* dont want to flame a war here. But it will be helpful for me if you can suggest a good book for me.
I am not a novice programmer, using fortan for ~10 years now. But from such higher... bnrj.rudra(355)
if(a>b>c)435 (2/16/2013 8:14:10 AM) comp.lang.c Problem is :
let int a=5,b=16,c=7;
printf("C is greater %d", c);
in above case still this statement executed. Any one explain the reason !