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c99 -- ANSI (1999) C compiler
c99 [-pedantic] [-pedantic-errors] [-D_ANSI_SOURCE] [options ...]
Calls the C compiler (cc) with the given options, using a C language environment compatible
with the ISO/IEC 9899:1999 (``ISO C99'') specification.
This includes inline functions, variable-length arrays, support for one-line comments begin-
ning with //, disabling non-ANSI compiler features (such as asm, typeof, and the $ character
in identifiers), and definition of the preprocessor symbol __STRICT_ANSI__.
The following options are available:
-pedantic Issue extra warnings defined by ANSI for use of non-ANSI features.
-pedantic-errors Issue errors instead of warnings that normally would be presented by
-D_ANSI_SOURCE Tell the system header file set to use an ANSI-conformant "clean" names-
c99 conforms to IEEE Std 1003.2-1992 (``POSIX.2'').
c99 first appeared in NetBSD 5.0.
Since c99 is a shell wrapper script to cc, compile errors are prefixed by "cc:".
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