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  1. When using a ready-made browser engine, you don't...

    When using a ready-made browser engine, you don't have to do anything but some menus and dialogs and tab system and like that. That isn't anything to be amazed from. The things to be amazed from are...
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    The language which K&R 2nd edition covers is...

    The language which K&R 2nd edition covers is "close enough" to C89 (== C90), nothing major happened after publishing of that book (during C89 development).
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    List of compilers - Wikipedia, the free...

    List of compilers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  4. No one is going to be impressed by some random UI...

    No one is going to be impressed by some random UI for some random browser engine if the UI doesn't have any amazing new concepts. So if the point is making ........ing amazing UI for a browser, just...
  5. What don't you understand about those operators?...

    What don't you understand about those operators?

    a AND b is true, if both a and b are true.
    a OR b is true, if at least one of a and b is true.
    NOT is negation, NOT true is false, NOT false is...
  6. With little effort all programmers can understand...

    With little effort all programmers can understand roughly any language, except maybe some exotic types of language.
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    IMO the main problem to solve is how to store the...

    IMO the main problem to solve is how to store the file contents internally, because everything else except some ui stuff is built over the internal data structure containing the file contents. Gap...
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    $ for f in $(find .); do > mv $f $f.tmp > ...

    $ for f in $(find .); do
    > mv $f $f.tmp
    > sed -e 's/<CERTAIN STRING>//g/' < $f.tmp > $f
    > rm $f.tmp
    >done
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    IMO you gave an image that it is specific to...

    IMO you gave an image that it is specific to Pelles C, which is wrong, and in that case it should've been noted that it isn't standard way.


    Your point here is...?


    IMO your information was...
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    In STANDARD C, that creates an unsigned 64-bit...

    In STANDARD C, that creates an unsigned 64-bit integer which has values 0-2^64-1. It isn't only Pelles C's feature, and your description of the value range was very vague.
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    Just a quick thought without much thinking behind...

    Just a quick thought without much thinking behind it:

    For a real number m in base-10 with n digits in decimal part and o digits in integer part: m = sum(i = o .. -n)(a_i * 10^i). Isn't 10m = sum(i...
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    No, the reason is that you can't generate truly...

    No, the reason is that you can't generate truly random numbers.
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    It can be any of those or some combination.

    It can be any of those or some combination.
  14. In fact it is originally a radio comedy by...

    In fact it is originally a radio comedy by Douglas Adams, but it's better known (at least in Finland and as far as I know in other parts of world) as a book, which is part of Adams book series, which...
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    Super user's uid is 0 on all posix-ish operating...

    Super user's uid is 0 on all posix-ish operating systems.
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    Why don't you do the thing id does by yourself?...

    Why don't you do the thing id does by yourself? It will be quite a lot simpler and cleaner. getuid(2) and geteuid(2).
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    I call raptors on a programmer who names his...

    I call raptors on a programmer who names his functions like standard functions but make them behave differently.



    That clarifies things.
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    No, you shouldn't have to. Linker is smart: the...

    No, you shouldn't have to. Linker is smart: the printf(3) in your objects will override the printf(3) coming from libraries.

    I don't understand how optimizing printf("%s\n", s) to puts(s) would be...
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    I think the hook here is to do it with recursion....

    I think the hook here is to do it with recursion. I think he would've come up with some other way to implement it if his job was just to implement that series.
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    If you're on UNIX or UNIX-ish system, check your...

    If you're on UNIX or UNIX-ish system, check your systems (or POSIX which I linked) manual for signal.h, sigaction(2) and then refer to other manuals if needed. ^C raises normally SIGINT, sometimes it...
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    Are you /completely/ sure you want to handle is a...

    Are you /completely/ sure you want to handle is a processor interrupt and not something like a user level signal? If so, you got to tell which processor architecture you are programming for so anyone...
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    Of course many can solve that. But what have you...

    Of course many can solve that. But what have you done so far?
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    If I take looots of snow, as much as I can, it's...

    If I take looots of snow, as much as I can, it's not snow anymore.

    If I take looots of green, as much as I can, it's lime, not green.

    EDIT: And by the way, at least all the limes I've seen are...
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    I wouldn't recommend Crenshaw articles to anyone....

    I wouldn't recommend Crenshaw articles to anyone. I think starting with something which provides good background and good implementation would be better, I don't think Crenshaws provide either of...
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    I think using linked list containing every line...

    I think using linked list containing every line on a node inside some very simple malloc'd dynamic array implementation won't be very hard, even simpler with hard coded maximum line length like in...
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