1. Dogers

    Solved Install all pkgs that contains *someting* in the name ...

    Greetings to everyone. I wish to know if there is a way to install all pkg that contains some String like for instance : "zh-" as a filter. I know that I can do that on Debian based linux distros with commands like that : sudo apt-get install zh-* = will install all packages starting with...
  2. H

    C man strncasecmp

    I cannot imagine that for strncasecmp the strings must be '\0' terminated, but the man page is not precise.
  3. Bill Evans at Mariposa

    Solved starting at a specified point in a constant string

    Code which tacks on an "s" when a described quantity is not exactly 1: #include <stdio.h> void display_rabbit_count(int the_count) { printf(">>>%d rabbit%s<<<\n", the_count, #pragma clang diagnostic push #pragma clang diagnostic ignored "-Wstring-plus-int" "s"+(the_count==1)...