On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 05:43:47PM +0100, Martin Donlon wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 11, 2001 at 12:29:28PM -0400, kevin lyda wrote:
> > ugh, constant bad:
> > # define BS_LEN 255
> > char big_string[BS_LEN];
> Heh, don't nit-pick so much kevin, I merely tried to show some working
yes, but i've had the pleasure of chasing bare numbers through large bodies
of code. including a "prototype" that became "production."
> > > statements like *nums++!=0 are just plain evil and unneccesary, IMHO
> > uh-huh...
> Um, is that a negative or positive response?
oh, i definitely agree. stuff like that scares new c programmers and
old ones alike. i'm not even sure it's correct - gcc -Wall isn't happy
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