On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 10:16:11AM -0700, David O'Brien wrote:
> > I have posted info about awk (which is nawk) incorrectly printing
> > numbers between 10 and 15. It adds ascii '0' to value.
> This is *NOT* a fix. nawk builds world just fine on my systems.
> Of course this leads one to wonder what is different about my systems and
I'm trying to figure this too. Look at following program and it's output,
and please tell me what's wrong. It works as expected on -STABLE
igorr@sysadm~> gcc -Wall qq.c
qq.c: In function `main':
qq.c:16: warning: float format, double arg (arg 3) <--- I have expected this
igorr@sysadm~> ./a.out 123
0.0<4861 <--- Pay attention
IIRC this worked fine in preGCC3.1 world.
Igor Roboul, System administrator at Speech Technology Center
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