You can go through C FAQ's
Try compiling in strict mode. You can even try online compiler .
You are not allowed to modify that. If you do that, results are unpredicatable i.e it may work or it may not work. You should not do that.
as well as this
In the first...
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because structure is not yet defined.
On unix there are commands like df, du, dfspace available.
It simply means that you cannot modify the string since it's stored in some non-modifiable momory whereas your other one can by modified.
It's stored in a non-modifiable memory probably ROM.
string is C++ type. It's not part of C. Are you sure it's a C code?
Could you please should code which we can compile and check.
Take a look here
NO, It's not a good practise at all.
You don't need to cast result of malloc in C. Sometimes people do it to maintain compatibility between C...
You don't even need to cast return value of malloc in C.
Here's another one:
You can't use keyword struct in templates like template<struct T>
Some people do not consider this as a difference. But...
The default inheritance is public for structures and private for classes.
This is his original code. Someone provided him the alternate solution which uses standard codes.
Re: Need Help!!!!!
I think you already got the answer in some other forum.
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