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  1. Your code look like it is written for Windows; is...

    Your code look like it is written for Windows; is this correct?
    Because there are differences between file handling in Windows and Linux!

    Tim S.
  2. Thread: vitamins

    by stahta01
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    All vitamins are chemicals! If you think...

    All vitamins are chemicals! If you think otherwise you likely need professional help.

    Tim S.
  3. Thread: vitamins

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    The Fat-Soluble Vitamins: A, D, E and K NOTE:...

    The Fat-Soluble Vitamins: A, D, E and K

    NOTE: To my knowledge you can easy over dose on any fat-soluble vitamin.

    I did not know till today that vitamin D is fat-soluble; going to have to look...
  4. Sounds like I know all of what you stated; and...

    Sounds like I know all of what you stated; and the macro appears to be always defined!
    Under C I can set it to zero; but, under C++ it requires it to be one for C++ libraries to work.


    Not...
  5. PRId64 test code is it correct and proper?

    I am having PRId64 warnings while building MinGW64 GCC under MSys2 for MinGW 64 bit. I just wish to verify my test code is correct in order to start determining the cause of the many warnings.


    ...
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    C Tutorial - Learn C - Cprogramming.com...

    C Tutorial - Learn C - Cprogramming.com
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    Since, I posted the first post in this thread I...

    Since, I posted the first post in this thread I have found that GCC sets explicit versions of at least different 4 values; still have not found where std=gnu++98 is set.

    But, I have decided to...
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    Found the exact command; will try using C++11...

    Found the exact command; will try using C++11 standard next. -std=gnu++11



    i686-w64-mingw32-g++ -std=gnu++98 -fno-PIE -c -DIN_GCC_FRONTEND -g -D__USE_MINGW_ACCESS -DIN_GCC -fno-exceptions...
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    Building GCC 10.x warning question.

    ../../gcc-git/gcc/cp/coroutines.cc:2700:22: warning: defaulted and deleted functions only available with '-std=c++11' or '-std=gnu++11'
    2700 | var_nest_node () = default;


    gcc/coroutines.cc...
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    The next thing to try would be commenting out...

    The next thing to try would be commenting out this line


    TMR0 = 0;

    In the interrupt tc_int.

    Been over 10 years since I did PIC programming.

    Tim S.
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    Looking at your code; I question this line. ...

    Looking at your code; I question this line.



    S=0;


    Would not
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    Looks like Microchip C code; no idea which MCU. ...

    Looks like Microchip C code; no idea which MCU.

    Tim S.
  13. It should be okay; unless you have a real old...

    It should be okay; unless you have a real old compiler!
    If you got a warning about shadowing you do have that problem.

    Tim S.
  14. Sorry, I missed you are passing it in; still...

    Sorry, I missed you are passing it in; still think that


    ptr_arr[0] = '\0';

    defaults to an int array as in the K & R days.

    NOTE: It no longer does that.

    Tim S.
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    Since you refuse to tell me if you are supposed...

    Since you refuse to tell me if you are supposed to use malloc I give up helping you. But, since I am not that good using malloc I would likely have given up if you said yes.

    Tim S.
  16. Maybe maybe not! As I have already said it is...

    Maybe maybe not! As I have already said it is implementation defined. If a book said that is the way it is always done, throw away that book!
    The CPU and the OS normally defines the way it is done!...
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    FYI: The use of "conio.h" usually means the...

    FYI: The use of "conio.h" usually means the student is learning from a poor instructor in India.

    Are you supposed to use malloc in this assignment?

    Tim S.
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    Functions in C - Cprogramming.com...

    Functions in C - Cprogramming.com
  19. What you are asking is implementation defined for...

    What you are asking is implementation defined for the most part.

    Tim S.
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    Introduction to C - Cprogramming.com...

    Introduction to C - Cprogramming.com

    Post your code! If you have build errors post the errors!

    Tim S.
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    Find another book because you have no idea what...

    Find another book because you have no idea what you are doing!

    If I tell you to remove the Ace of Spades from a deck?
    What card would you remove?

    Edit: Please do not ever PM again!! If you do...
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    Casting malloc - Cprogramming.com...

    Casting malloc - Cprogramming.com

    The code is crap; throw it out and start over or use the advise and fix it!

    Asking over and over what is wrong is a waste of time!
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    Functions in C - Cprogramming.com...

    Functions in C - Cprogramming.com

    You need to learn the difference between build and run-time errors.
    And, when you get an build error post it.

    Tim S.
  24. std::sort - cppreference.com...

    std::sort - cppreference.com
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    This is wrong! char exitConditon[]={"0"};...

    This is wrong!



    char exitConditon[]={"0"};


    You need an zero terminated character array to use as an C-String!

    "0" is not equal to 0
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