|FROM ||Jesse Lackey
|SUBJECT ||Re: [hangout] C problem
Are you sure about that? That's definitely not ANSI C, and I can think
of lots of code that would break with a compiler that did that.
Ruben I Safir wrote:
> This is realy strange. On SCO, any return value less than or equal to zero
> is a false.
> On 2002.04.24 13:27 Jon Bober wrote:
>>The value -1 results in "true." The only value that results in "false"
>>The C statement:
>>is something similar to the assembler statement
>>cmp 0, x
>>Basically, if(x) means if(x!=0)
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