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[SOLVED] What is the behavior of integer division?

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[SOLVED] Why should you use strncpy instead of strcpy?

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[SOLVED] Is the "struct hack" technically undefined behavior?

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[SOLVED] Are prototypes required for all functions in C89, C90 or C99?

  • 2009-01-12 08:09:42
  • Sydius
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  • Tags:   c c99 c89

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[SOLVED] Variable declaration placement in C

  • 2008-11-13 21:43:36
  • mcjabberz
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  • Tags:   c declaration c89

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[SOLVED] Enabling VLAs (variable length arrays) in MS Visual C++?

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[SOLVED] Does either ANSI C or ISO C specify what -5 % 10 should be?

  • 2010-08-31 13:44:04
  • Chas. Owens
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  • Tags:   c c99 modulo c89

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[SOLVED] What is the difference between C, C99, ANSI C and GNU C?

  • 2013-06-20 06:21:00
  • Aseem Bansal
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  • Tags:   c gcc c99 c89 ansi-c

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[SOLVED] Using M_PI with C89 standard

  • 2011-02-15 18:34:58
  • robintw
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  • Tags:   c math c89

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[SOLVED] Type to use to represent a byte in ANSI (C89/90) C?

  • 2009-01-12 23:31:52
  • Sydius
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  • Tags:   c types c89

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[SOLVED] Recursive declaration of function pointer in C

  • 2009-04-27 13:17:15
  • Piotr Czapla
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  • Tags:   c c89

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[SOLVED] What are the major differences between ANSI C and K&R C?

  • 2008-08-22 14:29:27
  • Thomas Owens
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  • Tags:   c kr-c c89

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[SOLVED] Why was mixing declarations and code forbidden up until C99?

  • 2011-10-22 12:13:41
  • RavuAlHemio
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  • Tags:   c c99 c89

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[SOLVED] C variable declarations after function heading in definition

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[SOLVED] Is there any reason to use C instead of C++ for embedded development?

  • 2009-05-01 18:51:58
  • Piotr Czapla
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  • Tags:   c++ c embedded c89

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[SOLVED] What does (void)var actually do?

  • 2014-01-10 13:29:55
  • Diti
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[SOLVED] Trying to tweak sscanf() to ignore \n and \t

  • 2018-11-03 15:36:11
  • Nick
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  • Tags:   c c89

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[SOLVED] Where can I find the C89/C90 standards in PDF format?

  • 2013-06-09 22:34:56
  • The Mask
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  • Tags:   c ansi c89

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[SOLVED] Warning: this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90

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[SOLVED] Is the behavior of subtracting two NULL pointers defined?

  • 2011-11-14 21:11:47
  • John Luebs
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  • Tags:   c++ c c99 c89

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[SOLVED] What's the difference between "int" and "int_fast16_t"?

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[SOLVED] Unbuffered I/O in ANSI C

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[SOLVED] Using the scanf function in while loop

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[SOLVED] How to sum large numbers?

  • 2017-05-30 10:23:07
  • Timʘtei
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  • Tags:   c c89 largenumber

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[SOLVED] Casting an int pointer to a char ptr and vice versa

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[SOLVED] Forward declare FILE *

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[SOLVED] ANSI C (ISO C90): Can scanf read/accept an unsigned char?

  • 2010-02-09 17:29:08
  • Tim
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  • Tags:   c gcc scanf c89

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[SOLVED] C check if file exists

  • 2011-04-21 14:10:47
  • The GiG
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  • Tags:   c c89

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[SOLVED] Can't get rid of "this decimal constant is unsigned only in ISO C90" warning