A plea for short lines in posts here647 (7/28/2012 11:28:59 PM) comp.lang.c Many users, including some regulars, post articles here with
very long lines (or, to put it another way, with line breaks not
I request that everyone make some effort to limit line... Keith
The C Conference, 2012-08-28, San Diego, CA948 (4/30/2012 11:13:20 PM) comp.lang.c http://www.cconf.org/ I have no affiliation with this conference; I just ran across a link to it and thought people here would be interested. -- Keith Thompson (The_Other_Keith) firstname.lastname@example.org Will writ... Keith
Reasonably priced C11 standard?1963 (1/25/2012 8:53:54 PM) comp.lang.c Years ago, I bought a PDF copy of the ISO C90 standard from ansi.org for $18. I later bought a PDF copy of the C99 standard for either $18 or $30 Now when I look on webstore.ansi.org, the C99 standard is stil... Keith
Mixed declarations and "code"356 (5/5/2011 6:11:44 PM) comp.lang.c s5n raised this point in comp.lang.c.moderated. The C99 foreword, in the list of major changes between C90 and C99, mentions "mixed declarations and code". The word "code" is ambiguous and misleading. The s... Keith
A plea for better variable names168 (10/10/2009 11:47:11 PM) comp.lang.c When posting sample code here, please choose decent variable names. The worst name I've seen in common use here is "a". Since "a" is also a common English word, it's difficult to discuss it clearly. For smal... Keith
See you soon3745 (5/29/2009 1:18:27 PM) comp.lang.c Will be back later today. Originally I was going to do 50 of these every time Thompson makes a provocative post, but I decided that Thompson is too much of a machine to benefit from such conditioning. Still,... Keith
Hello, new poster on the group650 (5/29/2009 11:50:00 AM) comp.lang.c Hello, I'll be doing some work on this newsgroup over the coming months. Persistently. Provocatively. Without. Letting. Go. Just like my namesake. Regulars who don't wish to see Kiki Thompson can filter ... Keith
address of local parameter50 (5/24/2013 5:12:31 PM) comp.lang.c I found that it was necessary to put a "static" below:
static int testGenericBlockDeviceRequest(void)
static PB_1560 parm_block;
integer multiplication #2121 (5/20/2013 3:46:11 AM) comp.lang.c
(cross posted to comp.dsp and comp.lang.c.)
are compilers now-a-days smart enough to multiply two N-bit numbers to
a 2N-bit result without wasting instructions in the generated machine
like, we ... rbj(3925)
Who can explain this bug?5834 (4/17/2013 7:49:50 PM) comp.lang.c Platform: gcc 4.6.3 on AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 245 Processor on
The bug I thought was due to a particularly hard to find memory access
problem (see other thread I started today) seems to be even... dmathog(163)
pointer doubt (2)43 (5/8/2013 6:48:17 PM) comp.lang.c Can u explain: why in C we can have a reference to a pointer... but
not... a pointer to a reference.
Isn't it VOID pointer will be good for this, can point to anything or
With Many Thanks.
Odd printf() Behavior127 (5/7/2013 11:02:34 PM) comp.lang.c Hello, I'm working on some graphics routines and just started trying to
read in some bitmap files. For troubleshooting, I'm printing out various
values to make sure they're all okay.
I have two globals a... aaa97(8)
reference type for C1435 (5/16/2013 2:08:43 PM) comp.lang.c I like the reference type that has been introduced with C++
I wondered why isn't that feature retrofitted in C.
Is there something hindering it?
thx - roar -
C programming problem143 (5/16/2013 8:50:22 PM) comp.lang.c Hello all,
Can anyone give me some insights on this programming problem for a project?
Have a program prompt the user for a filename to open. Change every alphabetic character in the file to a capital let... ericswalz(1)