THE STANDARD C LIBRARY shows you how to use all of the library functions mandated . Plauger and Jim Brodie, Standard C, reprinted by permission of the. source code of The Standard C Library, by Plauger. Contribute to wuzhouhui Delete Latest commit ea on Feb 21, The C Standard Library. I/O stdio.h printf, scanf, puts, gets, open, close, read, write, fprintf, fscanf, fseek, Memory and string operations string.h memcpy.

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Structured like the Standard C Library, it contains 15 headers declaring Plauger is one of the world's leading experts on C and the C Library. .ss | | ISBN: | pages | epub, PDF | 2,1 + 3,7 MB ava. The Standard C Library P. J. Plauger ebook. Format: pdf. ISBN: , Page: Publisher: Prentice Hall. Download Best Book The Standard C Library, ^^PDF FILE Download The Standard C Library Free Collection, ^^PDF Download The Standard.

It also contains the file yvals. That version of yvals. Typically, these define functions that can fail all the time. Appendix A: Interfaces summarizes what you have to do to make use of this code. Please note that it is NOT prepackaged ready to go for any given operating environment.

To license the right to share the source on a network or multiuser system, to distribute copies of the source code, or to distribute unlinked object modules, contact: Dinkumware, Ltd. With this code disk, you have already benefited in many ways from such contributions by others.

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Plauger and publisher Dinkumware, Ltd. These efforts include the development, research, and testing of the programs to determine their effectiveness. The author and publisher shall not be liable in any event for incidental or consequential damages in connection with, or arising out of, the furnishing, performance, or use of the software.

If you are an individual person who has downloadd a single-user copy of the machine-readable software a downloadr , or who has been given access to a properly licensed copy a licensee , you are an Authorized User.

You may not install a copy of the software for use by any other persons, on either a multi-user computer, a multi-user network, or a single-user computer. Fifteen of this headers declare or define all the names in the library. A separate chapter book covers each header. Most of the headers have reasonably cohesivecontents. That makes for reasonably cohesive discussions. One or two, however, are catchalls. Their corresponding chapters are perforce wider ranging.

I include in each chapter excerpts from relevant portions of the IS0 C Standard. The excerpts supplement the narrative description of how each portion of the library is customarily used. They also help make this book a more complete reference that is nevertheless more readable than the C Standard alone.

I also show all code needed to implement that portion and to test the implementation. Each chapter ends with references and a set of exercises. In a university course based on this book, the exercises can serve as homework problems.

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Many of them are simple exercises in code rewriting. They drive home a point or illustrate reasonable variations in implementation. The more ambitious exercises are labelled as such.

They can serve as a basis for more extended projects. The independent reader can simply use the exercisesas an impetus for further thought. It has passed the widely used Plum Hall Validation Suite tests for library functions.

It has also survived an assortment of public-domain programs designed to stress C implemen- tations and illuminate their darker corners.

While I have taken pains to minimize errors, I cannot guarantee that none remain. Please note the disclaimer on the copyright page.

Please note also that the code in this book is protected by copyright. It has not been placed in the public domain. Nor is it shareware.

I retain all rights. In either case, what you do with the code is limited by the "fair use" provisions of copyright law. Fair use does not permit you to distribute copies of the code, either hard copy or machine-readable, either free or for a fee.

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Having said that, I do permit one important usage that goes well beyond fair use. You can compile portions of the library and link the resultant binary object modules with your own code to form an executable file.

I hereby permit you to distribute unlimited copies of such an executable file. I ask no royalty on any such copies. I do, however, require that you document the presence of the library, whatever amount you use, either modified or unmodified.

Please include somewhere in the executable file the following sequence of characters: m i o m of this m k are derived frnm 'Ihe Standard C Lihary, - -it c W P. The same message should appear prominently, and in an appropriate place, on any documentation that you distribute with the executable image.

If you omit either message, you infringe the copyright. You can distribute the entire library in the form of binary object modules. You can even distribute copies of the source files from this book, either modified or unmodified. You can, in short, incorporate the library into a product that lets people use it to make executable programs.

To do so, however, requires a license. You pay a fee for the license. Contact Plum Hall Inc. Despite the mercenary tone of these paragraphs, my primary goal is not to flog a commercial product.

I believe strongly in the C Standard, having worked very hard to help bring it about. Much of my effort went into developing the specification for the Standard C library. I want to prove that we have constructed a good language standard. I wrote this implementa- tion, and this book, to demonstrate that simple but important fact.

Preface xiii Compass, Inc. They are my first customer for the library code. They helped test, debug, and improve the library extensively in the process of accepting it for use with their Intel compiler. Ian Wells, in particular, bore the brunt of my delays and botches with good-natured professional- ism.

Don Anderson contributed many a midnight e-mail message toward making this library hang together properly. For their faith and patience, I heartily thank everyone I have worked with at Compass.

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Paul Becker, my Publisher at Prentice-Hall, also believed in this project.My good friend and business colleague John O'Brien of Whitesmiths, Australia, was always there to help. Beebe, Peter Chubb, Stephen D. The more ambitious exercises are labelled as such.

A separate chapter covers each header, including excerpts from relevant portions of the C Standard showing all codes needed to implement each portion of the library and explaining why it is necessary. This new book contains the complete code for the library.