Re: C/C++ tricks
Article: 7254 of alt.hackers From: email@example.com (Markus Freericks) Newsgroups: alt.hackers Subject: Re: C/C++ tricks Date: 28 Jan 1995 13:10:11 GMT Organization: TU Berlin Fachbereich Informatik Lines: 24 Approved: firstname.lastname@example.org [;-] Message-ID: email@example.com NNTP-Posting-Host: lenin.cs.tu-berlin.de Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit In-reply-to: firstname.lastname@example.org's message of 27 Jan 1995 16:53:55 MET Status: RO
In article <email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Robert A Holak) writes: > Does anyone have a list of C/C++ tricks? I saw some posted before on this > group, but I have lost them. They were things like x=y=y=x (that was the form, > not the exact vars, though, that would switch x and y without a temp variable > AND without calling a function.) There were others, like : > #define TRUE = "/"/"/" > #define FALSE= "-"-"-" These have to be #define TRUE '/'/'/' #define FALSE '-'-'-' of course. Markus ObLameWWWHack: our WWW server translates any URLs that point to a directory that does not contain an index.html file into a page that contains a listing of said directory. The server also appends the contents of the README file (if there is any) to this listing. The README doesn't look very nice, since it is set in into <pre>...</pre>. Solution: start the README with </pre> and end it with <pre>. Within the README, all the nice markup tag can now be used.