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wichert@cistron.nl (Wichert Akkerman) writes:

> In article <3C63CF54.9090308@evision-ventures.com>,
> Martin Dalecki <dalecki@evision-ventures.com> wrote:
> >The _t at the end of type names is a POSIX habit of markup for system
> >defined types - this should *NOT* be used in user land programms but is OK for
> >the kernel.
>
> Why, I don't see that. Everyone should use whatever notation he/she
> feels most comfortable with.

Err, what?
Sure mindless programmers can call a function strnew() or strconcat()
if they "feel most comfortable" with that. But it's _wrong_, as that's
a reserved namespace of ISO C. Jut as *_t is a reserved namespace of
POSIX.

Opengroup seems really slow atm., but hopefully you'll believe one of...

http://sources.redhat.com/ml/libc-alpha/2000-09/msg00185.html
http://www.ioccc.org/1998/data

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