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    Sticky: yaht-C 1.2 released

    yaht-C version 1.2 has been released under the GNU GPLv3.
    I do not use linux/unix OS, and i have not tested it with those OS's.
    You may download it, and any further versions, here:...
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    how am i an idoit? i have a question about using...

    how am i an idoit? i have a question about using the gnu gpl

    in the gpl, it states to put a copyright notice.
    what if i do not actually have a copyright registered with the us copyright office?...
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    gnu gpl with out copyrigt?

    you can use the gnu gplv3 without owning a copyright, correct?
    i just looked at getting something copyrighted, and i can not afford it.
    the gnu gpl says i have to include (c) "your name" year on...
  4. ...but that is STILL a license...

    ... which is why i have been working on this, to include with everything i release.

    This would be included in a file along with the release. The general idea is that this file lets the...
  5. releasing software for free in way that does not fall under gnu/other license?

    How would i release something free of any license?
    Can i just make my own terms without any copyleft/right bull***?
    I really don't want the 2 tons of text that gnu makes you include with...
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    best compiler(s) for c11, c99

    For all the more i have been tinkering with, my current set up of code::blocks 12.11 with GCC on windows 7 x64 is working great.
    What would you recommend if i wanted 100% compatibility with C99...
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    Functions, do i have the wrong idea?

    Are functions not just a fancy way of initializing a variable?
    Ultimately, a function just returns its specified return type with a value to the caller.
    The entire program itself, as far as i can...
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    origin of "foo bar"?

    I see in many guides the expression "foo bar", or sometimes "foobar", and even things like:

    if(bar == foo)
    {
    // ...
    }

    When or where did "foobar" come from, anyway??
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    Sticky: Yaht-c, a yahtzee game in C

    An yahtzee game i have been working on in my free time.
    Farm chores first, code later, you know?
    made with code::blocks w/mingw
    compiler gcc
    runs from cmd.exe on windows, should work on...
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    Hmm. Looks like i need to look up pointers. They...

    Hmm. Looks like i need to look up pointers. They skimmed over them in the book. Thanks for the tip, Barney!
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    comparing dice

    Hello, i am new to the forum, and programming in general.
    I picked up "C for dummies 2nd edition" as an ebook, and have been working my way through it, using code::blocks.
    Almost done with my...
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