Andy Armstrong <
andy at hexten.net
> on >
Fri Aug 4 08:56:21 PDT 2006
On 4 Aug 2006, at 16:40, Corinna wrote:
> I've used Google (and Google groups) and I found no explanation.
> Why does the cover of O'Rielley's "Practical C" have "Why does 2
> +2=5986?" on the
> cover? What does it mean? Is there a solution to the question?
> Does it have
> something to do with overflow, or bad pointers, or...?? Argh.
Isn't it answered in Ch16? The downloadable PDF of Ch16 suggests it
is - although the listing in question is missing or intentionally
blank in the PDF. I presume it's something to do with screwing up a
printf() format string.
Andy Armstrong, hexten.net
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