By R. E. Berry, B. A. E. Meekings, M. D. Soren (auth.)
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Any function not appearing and thought to be important or useful can be added to such a library by the user. There is no suggestion that the list gives all, and only, those functions that should appear in the library. 5 leave one wondering why (1) the namesputc,getc are notfputc,fgetc to indicate that they communicate with files, and (2) the file_pointer argument of putc ,[puts ,[gets does not appear as the first argument as it does infprintf,fscanf. The following definitions might help the user whose sense of order is offended.
These are general rules, however and, as has already been demonstrated, C'sfor statement is powerful enough to enable it to be effectively used to control an indeterminate loop under certain circumstances. This being so, it is wise to consider carefully which particular statement is likely to yield the most natural expression of the loop's intent. 6 Operators In preceding chapters we have used identifiers with type char, int, and float. Data types char and int must be available in any C implementation.
If a question is directed to the user, ensure that the acceptable responses are made known, and write the program logic in such a way that only valid responses are accepted. 3 can be used conveniently. Usually, for example, a user is required to provide 'line at a time' input. That is, a character followed by 'newline' would be expected. 3 would 'beep' at any 'newline' character that it encountered. It is usually possible to arrange 'character at a time' input, but the mechanism for achieving this will be environment dependent and thus outside the scope of this book.
A Book on C by R. E. Berry, B. A. E. Meekings, M. D. Soren (auth.)