Stephen Reilly wrote:
>>>Anyway, that's what grep is for man! :)
>>>>A true believer in the Unix philosophy.
>> Too right,
> grep "\<12\>" errno.h
> #define ENOMEM 12 /* Out of memory */
> Use sed if you want it formatted...
Which errno.h would that be then?
What happens when you try 1 rather than 12?
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