gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Dec 18 11:34:03 EST 2007
On Tuesday 18 December 2007, Willard Goosey wrote:
>>Date: Mon, 17 Dec 2007 18:28:29 -0500
>>From: Gene Heskett <gene.heskett at verizon.net>
>>Which, using the above syntax, would appear to be correct. And I think you
>>would get the same result if a puts("foo bar\n"); was done but its been so
>>long I won't go anywhere near a bible and say that. :)
>Goodness, I didn't even think of puts! Let's see... AT&T man page
>says puts returns EOF on error, doesn't say what it returns on
>success. Linux man page says non-negative number on sucess, EOF on
>error. Microware C manual doesn't say anything about puts()'s return
>values. I'm too sleepy to fire up OS-9 right now, I'd probably fry
>something (damn touchy MPI!), so I can't actually try it.
>>I don't think it was the return values, but what it was actually
>>printing, so his strings were being interpreted as numbers somehow,
>>or at least that is how I read it.
>Sorry to confuse you? I was annoyed and sleepy when I posted last
NP Willard. I was probably 2/3rds asleep when I read it. :)
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