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Brief Information about the September 96 CSIG Meeting

Section 1: RANDOM ACCESS questions period.
Section 2: A discussion on debugging Borland's OWL programming language.
Section 3: A meeting workshop discussing the following material:
This article is Copyright 1990-1996 by Steve Summit.  Content from the
book _C Programming FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions_ is made available
here by permission of the author and the publisher as a service to the

This article contains minimal answers to the comp.lang.c frequently-
asked questions list.  More detailed explanations and references can be
found in the long version (posted on the first of each month, or see
question 20.40 for availability, or ftp to rtfm.mit.edu, or send the
mail message "help" to mail-server@rtfm.mit.edu), and in the web version
at http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/top.html , and in the book _C
Programming FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions_ (Addison-Wesley, 1996,
ISBN 0-201-84519-9).
Section 1. Declarations and Initializations
Section 2. Structures, Unions, and Enumerations
Section 3. Expressions
Section 4. Pointers
Section 5. Null Pointers
Section 6. Arrays and Pointers
Section 7. Memory Allocation
Section 8. Characters and Strings
Section 9. Boolean Expressions and Variables
Section 10. C Preprocessor
Section 11. ANSI/ISO Standard C
Section 12. Stdio
Section 13. Library Functions
Section 14. Floating Point
Section 15. Variable-Length Argument Lists
Section 16. Strange Problems
Section 17. Style
Section 18. Tools and Resources
Section 19. System Dependencies
Section 20. Miscellaneous

20.40:  Where can I get extra copies of this list?

A:      An up-to-date copy may be obtained from ftp.eskimo.com in
        directory u/s/scs/C-faq/.  You can also just pull it off the
        net; the unabridged version is normally posted on the first of
        each month, with an Expires: line which should keep it around
        all month.  It is also posted to the newsgroups comp.answers and
        news.answers .  Several sites archive news.answers postings and
        other FAQ lists, including this one; two sites are rtfm.mit.edu
        (directory pub/usenet), and ftp.uu.net (directory usenet).  An
        archie server should help you find others.

        A hypertext version of this FAQ list is available at
        http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/top.html .
        An extended version has been published by Addison-Wesley
        as _C Programming FAQs: Frequently Asked Questions_
        (ISBN 0-201-84519-9).

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