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This forum is provided to promote discussion amongst students enrolled in CITS2002 Systems Programming.
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 UWA week 41 (2nd semester, week 11) ↓
SVG not supported 3:19pm Fri 14th Oct, ANONYMOUS

Beautifully, thanks D


SVG not supported 1:43am Fri 14th Oct, ANONYMOUS

what if you just declared it explicitly at the top of your code (or somewhere before it is called)? something like extern char strdup(char );


SVG not supported 1:38am Fri 14th Oct, ANONYMOUS

I have come across a strange feature(?) of the C standard, which is that you cannot declare new variables within a single switch-case. For example, the following will not compile switch(a) case 0 int x 0; trying to declare x x ;...


SVG not supported 2:09pm Thu 13th Oct, ANONYMOUS

My project partner and I have come up with about 3 different plans of attack for a certain portion of the project and are unsure about how to proceed. The decision mainly involves a tradeoff between memory efficiency (i.e. reducing the amount of ...


 UWA week 37 (2nd semester, week 7) ↓
SVG not supported 8:02pm Mon 12th Sep, ANONYMOUS

Hello friends I have been stuck for a while now on conceptualising a logical flow for simulating the running of the crontab processes. My plan was to have a while loop to iterate through every single minute in the target month, updating the counts of ...


 UWA week 36 (2nd semester, mid-semester break) ↓
SVG not supported 3:27pm Wed 7th Sep, ANONYMOUS

The project fine print states "The crontab-file and the estimates-file will each contain at most 20 non-comment lines. Each line will be at most 100 characters long, and each command name will be at most 40 characters long." Does this mean we are guar...


SVG not supported 2:04pm Wed 7th Sep, ANONYMOUS

hello, i have a question about the use of pointers in strtol, strtol(char , endptr, int) takes a string input (which it attempts to convert into an int), a pointer to a (previously declared) empty pointer, which it uses to return a pointer to the ...

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