On Tue, Jun 27, 2000 at 05:38:21PM +0200, Alexander Langer wrote:
> Thus spake Clive Lin ([EMAIL PROTECTED]):
> > - memcpy(name_dir_end + 1, name_dir_end, strlen(name_dir_end) + 1);
> > - *name_dir_end = 'r';
> > + // un-needed.
> > + // memcpy(name_dir_end + 1, name_dir_end, strlen(name_dir_end) + 1);
> > + // *name_dir_end = 'r';
> Use /* */ comments or #if 0.
Actually, there was just a discussion on comp.lang.c about how
they aren't interchangable. The 'un-needed' part will have
to be commented with /* */ because the preprocessor will
parse tokens before it evaluates conditionals.
Fairly interesting read, but the majority of you
probably knew that anyway :)
> Please see style(9) :)
I don't see style(9) referring to using #if 0, but that's ok :)
> cat: /home/alex/.sig: No such file or directory
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