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This is from a program I wrote over in 1998 that I am trying to compile on a linux machine:
void write_line (FILE *fp, int rec_no, line_rec *arec)
woffset = (rec_no - 1) * sizeof(line_rec);
}On the line... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: wbport
2. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
is there a way to do this through snmp?
i'm writing a shell script that will be run against several servers, but when i run the script, the most i get back from snmp is information that is simple.
the snmp in the script tells me if the box is linux or solaris. but it doesn't tell me the... (7 Replies)
Discussion started by: SkySmart
i'm using a C program and running it on a linux server, i got 2 adressess of 2 variables, and 2 addresses of 2 chars, and compared it. and got the size of a int and the size of a char.
why is a size of a int (4 bytes) bigger then the size of a char (1 byte)?
also if i do &a-&b i get 1, but if i... (30 Replies)
Discussion started by: omega666
4. Web Development
I`m very new with PHP and Databases and I having the follow issue with prices data..
The original information is in CSV files.
The prices have formatted with commas and dots as follow:
12,300.99 -->(thousands separated by commas)
3,500.25 -->(thousands separated... (10 Replies)
Discussion started by: cgkmal
I get this message : "Value too large to be stored in data type" when I try to open a 3Gb file.
Can someone helps me to resolve the problem.
Thank you very much (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: limame
6. Shell Programming and Scripting
How to check if two variables( fields in awk) have the same datatype ( INTEGER , REAL, TEXT ) ? (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: scotty_123
I am writing some code to do analysis on the file system (HP-UX 11.11).
I am using stat(..) to get file information. My problem is that the file-size may exceed the data types defined in 'sys/stat.h' & 'sys/types.h' respectively.
Thus file-sizes in the Giga-byte range are not read correctly.... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: ALTRUNVRSOFLN
I am trying to understand an very old C program.
time_t start, end;
ptr = localtime(&start);
fprintf(out, "%-35s 01 %5s %2s %10d 1 5 /tty/M%d/%02d %24s", buffer3, job, ver, start, mach_num,atoi(buffer), asctime(ptr));
fprintf(out, "%-35s 03 %5s %2s %10d 1 5... (9 Replies)
Discussion started by: whatisthis
Can anyone tell me a little about the datatype FILE, which represents stream. What does its structure look like, and in which header file is it defined and so on...
FILE *fp ;
fp = fopen("filename", "w") ; (6 Replies)
Discussion started by: milhan