> <various increasingly obsfucated "solutions" snipped>
Nice try guys. But what about errno's which are defined by expressions?
For instance, on a certain UNIX flavour you find things like:
#define TCPERR 66
#define EALREADY (TCPERR+6) /* Operation already in progress
(Note to SCO lawyers: the above have been subtly altered
to avoid any reckless Linux kernel hackers stealing your proprietary IP.).
I know, this is the iLug, but there are no guarantees about what
these constants will look like in future...
(brave enough to criticise, but not brave enough to post his own effort :)
P.S. Kevin - why do you assume errno stops at 127 ?
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