The death of Google Groups2982 (7/28/2012 4:38:43 PM) comp.lang.c++ The new interface is unbearable. It is over a decade of using a TEXT
ORIENTED interface, daily almost, daily for periods, and suddenly...
Not all of a sudden but now the choice is being imposed. For some
Where's your compiler?1353 (8/4/2012 7:43:07 PM) comp.lang.fortran I use a compiler called gfortran. It comes with the Slackware
distribution that I have on my PC at home. So that is *where*
(compiler, OS, distribution, hardware, location) my compiler is.
Where's your co... Joe_Rosevear(8)
Microsoft abandons the C language386283 (8/23/2012 6:05:20 PM) comp.compilers.lcc This is a long story. It starts years ago since windows 3.1 and it ends
now, with "Metro".
SO, I downloaded windows 8, and installed it. That went fairly smoothly
but I forgot that windows doesn't come wi... jacob31(879)
C to Fortran?4698 (8/27/2012 2:08:54 PM) comp.lang.fortran I've seen several posts here recently apparently made by people used to
C/C++ who are novices at Fortran. I don't know if this is a general
trend? Could it be that people doing technical programming are s... usenet1820(75)
Unexpected truncation behavior4926 (6/28/2013 9:23:53 AM) comp.lang.c
I tried to understand why I can't get the message:
"r1 is 10, r2 is 10"
as result from the code below when I compile it with gcc4.8.1 *on Windows*.
What I get is:
"r1 is 10, r2 ... giuseppe6060(13)
Struct with unaligned fields6419 (8/22/2013 6:06:45 PM) comp.lang.c A file allocation table is an on-disk structure that was designed in the
days before people took much care with field alignment. FAT file systems are
still prevalent today. I need to write some code to work... james.harris.18827(147)