[aclug-L] Re: gnu substitute for stdarg.h?
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Lars von dem Ast wrote:
> I'm reading a C++ book that uses stdarg.h to implement variable
> arguments in functions. The book was probably meant for Windows-land,
> because I can't find stdarg.h in gnu-land /usr/include/... Does anybody
> know if gnu C/C++ has such a beast?
Of course, <stdarg.h> is part of ANSI C. Problem with grepping /usr/include/*
is that the GNU header files are somewhere else. On my machine:
Your mileage may vary. I got this by writing a one-line file:
then running cc -E on it.
slocate may also work.
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