Linux Programming Hints
Sep 01, 1994 By Michael K. Johnson
For several good reasons, the Linux standard library implements standard I/O (stdio) in a somewhat strange way. Unfortunately, many programs make unwarranted assumptions about how stdio is implemeted that cause the programs not to compile properly under Linux. I have alluded to this problem before in this column; this month I will explain how to fix such source code to compile under any operating
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