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Date: Mon, 10 Apr 2000 21:34:50 -0400
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From: DJ Delorie <dj AT delorie DOT com>
To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com
In-reply-to: <002301bfa351$9c3bb3a0$2d9709ca@saraswati>
(bharatmallapur AT eth DOT net)
Subject: Re: Ansi/iso C compliance whatever it may eventually mean
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> in short i want to know that how is it that gcc which is supposed to be
> "totally" ansi/iso compliant not have getchar which is a standard library
> function.The use of getchar in K&R 2 and in many ansi compliant programs
> seems to be enough to call it ansi-compliant.
> The fact is i decided to download djgpp only after being told on comp.lang.c
> that it is a fully ansi/iso compliant compiler and of course that it is
> free.
>  So now please tell me whether djgpp is ansi/iso C compliant or not.

The key is "supposed to be".  You may have found a bug.  If so, please
fix it.  The sources are in v2/djlsr203.zip.  TANSTAAFL.

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