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By M. Tim Jones

ISBN-10: 1584502789

ISBN-13: 9781584502784

The aim of this booklet is to demystify the ideas linked to the sphere of synthetic intelligence. It covers either the speculation and the sensible functions to educate builders tips on how to practice AI suggestions of their personal designs.

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We are also reading mail if the last argument is not an option but is a filename, that is, the next-to-last argument was "-f". And this is where the programmer went wrong, aided by lack of support in the language. The programmer merely looked at the second character of the next-to-last option. If it was an "f", he assumed that mail was invoked with a line like: mail -h -d -f /usr/linden/mymailbox In most cases this was correct, and mail would be read from mymailbox. But it could also happen that the invocation was: mail effie robert In this case, the argument processing would make the mail program think it was being asked to read mail, not send it.

The date was actually coming out not as Lundi 6 Avril 1992 but rather in a corrupted form, as Lui*7& %' Y sxxdj @ ^F The function only has four statements, and the arguments to the function calls are correct in all cases. See if you can identify the cause of the string corruption. st_mtime); /* convert the tm struct into a string in local format */ strftime(buffer, sizeof(buffer), "%a %b %e %T %Y", tm_ptr); return buffer; } See it? Time's up! The problem is in the final line of the function, where the buffer is returned.

Return my_global_array; This works for strings that you need to build up, and is still simple and easy to use. The disadvantages are that anyone can modify the global array at any time, and the next call to the function will overwrite it. 10. Use a static array. Example: 11. 12. char *func() { 13. static char buffer[20] ; 14. 15. return buffer; } This solves the problem of anyone overwriting the string. Only routines to which you give a pointer will be able to modify this static array. However, callers have to use the value or copy it before another call overwrites it.

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