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garbage-collection This is a nasty one. It's also why e.g. LLVM and C-- are popular (they allow garbage collection without dealing with it maually). Is the type system
= d; c>= 1; c-- ) System.out.print(" "); d-=1; for (int b = 1; b <= a; b++) System.out.print ("* "); System.out.println(); } num-=1; for (int a = 0;
realloc(input,limit); } strcat(input,args[i]); strcat(input," "); } puts(input); free(input); return 0; } main(int c, char **args) { while( c-- ) printf(" %s",*args++);
an internal product based on PL/I which brings C down a bit towards assembly :-) C-- is an intermediate language designed to be generated mainly by
good to know that I can use operators for that. I just have a little doubt to clarify with you. Is a++ = b and c-- = b? You can't write `3++`. But you As far as esoteric languages go, the most interesting for me is Lazy K. As far as useful languages, I'm currently learning C-- because I'm
Debugging Pyparsing Grammar Debugging Pyparsing Grammar I'm building a parser for an imaginary programming language called C-- (not the actual C--
c-- compiler: Sphinx C-- is a programming
C-- . The daily build server died two years ago, and we never found enough value from it to make it worth replacing. I would make a daily build only for
C--when B initializes the array of A objects, it loops through them and invokes a function in A to set A's pointer to C-- it passes "this" to that function,