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Re: [using gcc book] ch5.6 referring to a type with typeof
On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Zack Weinberg wrote:
> Chris Devers <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > On Mon, 25 Aug 2003, Zack Weinberg wrote:
> >> So I would strike out all discussion of [plans].
> > Here, or everywhere?
> I meant just here.
> > Would it be prudent to seek out some or all examples of these future
> > looking statements & put them on the list for review? I'm thinking
> > that this would be a very large amount of material to examine.
> It may well be a lot of material. However, I think it would be a good
> idea. A lot of those statements are quite old.
Alright then, I'll put up links to the .texi files I'm working on, and
> > Names that start with underscores are used for the local
> > variables. This reduces the risk of conflict with variable
> > names occurring in the expressions substituted for 'a' and
> > 'b'. There is no way to eliminate this risk entirely, but
> > it can be avoided in practice by sticking to such a naming
> > convention.
> > Does it still gets the point across this way?
> That sounds good to me.
Okay, it's in. Thanks for the help.
Chris Devers email@example.com
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