Detection of stdio.h in gmp.h
vincent+gmp at vinc17.org
Sat Oct 18 01:38:04 CEST 2003
On 2003-10-17 15:13:50 -0400, James Antill wrote:
> Well I guess it's not unknown for people to define EOF themselves
> (at least historically).
When they define EOF themselves (which is a bad idea), do they do
that before or after including the headers? If after, there would
be no problems. Otherwise, they could fix their programs anyway. :)
However, they could do something like the following:
and <non_standard_header.h> could define EOF. Using SEEK_SET would
probably be a better idea, as it should be less often defined outside
> Looking at ISO 9899:1999 126.96.36.199 stdio.h has to (to be conforming)
> define the following macros...
NULL is defined in other headers and most macros are new; stderr,
stdin and stdout are not necessarily macros.
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