Thread: Ansi-c?

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    First of all,

    ANSI-C has 32 keywords right?
    I found a table with 34 keywords ( and with the 16-bit keywords they were 49 :S )
    Anyway, how do i find out if they are ANSI-C

    or better, is there a total reference ( on the internet ) to all C functions and keywords?

    Thank You


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    ANSI C - 32 keywords, you can see them here

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    The additional two keywords you're probably seeing are going to be the obsoleted 'near' and 'far' which have to do with old 16bit compilers.

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