Expert C Programming: Deep Secrets
Prentice Hall, 14. jun. 1994 - 384 strani
This book is for the knowledgeable C programmer, this is a second book that gives the C programmers advanced tips and tricks. This book will help the C programmer reach new heights as a professional. Organized to make it easy for the reader to scan to sections that are relevant to their immediate needs.
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But MS-DOS doesn't support virtual memory, so it cannot catch the general case
at the instant of failure. However, MS-DOS can and does use a heuristic to check
the specific case of dereferencing a null pointer, after your program has finished.
Where the MS-DOS 640Kb Limit Comes From There's a hard memory limit of
640Kbytes available to applications that run under MS-DOS. The limit arises from
the maximum address range of the Intel 8086, the original DOS machine. The
MS-DOS reserves six entire segments for its own use. This only leaves the 10 64-
Kbyte segments starting at address 0 available to applications (and the lowest
addresses in 0 block are also reserved for system use as buffers and MS-DOS ...
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A very enjoyable read. Not only will you learn aspects of C in great detail (the section on pointers vs. array is excellent), but the author writes in a witty manner I haven't typically found in programming books. (The style reminded me a bit of Programming Perl by Larry Wall.) Celotno mnenje
1 C Through the Mists of Time
2 Its Not a Bug Its a Language Feature
3 Unscrambling Declarations in C
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