Support for Miracle C

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    Support for Miracle C

    I am using Miracle C version 3.2 for creating a currency conversion program. When I compile it, it tells me that the source file is too large. Is there a limit with this product on this file size? If so, is there a way to increase this limit, or is there another product that you would recommend for this program?

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    The last time I checked Miracle C, it sucked. Try Dev-C++ or Borland C++ 5.5. Both are free and pretty good.
    My best code is written with the delete key.

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    Prelude:

    RE your signature... I just compiled it and got a Bus error... is that the intended outcome?
    VIM + gcc + beer... does life get any better?

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    Its not standard code so it may not work on all compilers / platforms

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    I think the point of it is to make it work. Have a look at the parameterlist. :-)
    edit: thats's a guess.
    Last edited by Nyda; 12-11-2004 at 09:21 AM.
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    >I think the point of it is to make it work.
    Yea...That's the point. It was my plan the entire time. In reality, the "likely to seg fault" version looks cooler than the alternative that would probably work everywhere. It was a tough decision, but at least it gives you guys a project. Figure out what it's supposed to do, then find the ultra-non-portable part and fix it. Hint: string literal

    >I just compiled it and got a Bus error... is that the intended outcome?
    If I wanted a program that does nothing but crash then I could do it in considerably less space:
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    main(){1/0;}
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