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In article <linux.kernel.7IYJSCT1w-B@khms.westfalen.de>,
Kai Henningsen <kaih@khms.westfalen.de> wrote:
[time_t and C; library or creeping Pascal?]

>The above scenario *might* be a conformant freestanding implementation -
>that is, one with minimal library support (float.h, limits.h, stdarg.h,
>and stddef.h, only). It *cannot* be a conformant hosted implementation,
>because it doesn't conform to 4.12.1.

Cool, so ISO C was designed by Pascal hackers.

That's pretty icky.

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