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From (Dean Gaudet)
Subject Re: WWW Form Bug Report: "mod_status.c doesn't compile" on SunOS 4.x
Date Thu, 25 Apr 1996 19:47:32 GMT
In article <> you write:
>OK, so what is the char * that sprintf returns when it is broken?

It's one of those useless "oh here's a pointer you gave me already"
returns.  Just as useless as strcpy, memcpy, etc.  Every time I sit
down and write on a new project I end up writing a strcpy that returns
the pointer to the null terminator of the destination.  That's so
much more useful... wow, you can implement concatenation in better than

You're basically screwed for portability.  I usually steal sprintf from
glibc and stick it right in the source code.  You might want to steal
snprintf from BSD4.4 sources and mandate its use instead.


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