assignment hail mary

This is a discussion on assignment hail mary within the C Programming forums, part of the General Programming Boards category; You can leave the names in function prototypes, theres no harm in it. It can also save you confusion......

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    You can leave the names in function prototypes, theres no harm in it. It can also save you confusion...

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    I would imagine that Deimus is using either Visual C++ or DevC++ to write C code as it automatically saves it to a cpp extension. If you are being asked to save a C file as the cpp format, I would be worried.

    Anyway, you might want to look at this:

    http://cslibrary.stanford.edu/104/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swordsman View Post
    I would imagine that Deimus is using either Visual C++ or DevC++ to write C code as it automatically saves it to a cpp extension. If you are being asked to save a C file as the cpp format, I would be worried.

    Anyway, you might want to look at this:

    http://cslibrary.stanford.edu/104/

    Binky is great for helping with pointers
    If you manually add the file extension when saving, you can override the defaults. Take Wordpad. It won't let you save HTML documents, but if you manually add the extension, it will save as HTML (and whatever other abstract format). It also works with Visual C++ as well as I was trying to save a header file from a file that was once C (deleting the content and filling it with a bunch of defines as I had).
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    Quote Originally Posted by ulillillia View Post
    If you manually add the file extension when saving, you can override the defaults. Take Wordpad. It won't let you save HTML documents, but if you manually add the extension, it will save as HTML (and whatever other abstract format). It also works with Visual C++ as well as I was trying to save a header file from a file that was once C (deleting the content and filling it with a bunch of defines as I had).
    Something clever like that would just lead to C being compiled as C++ which is just wrong.

    DevC++ differentiates between C and C++ projects. If you want to write a C file, make a C project and vice versa.

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