Computer Networks (CSC-364 2000S)


Class 07: Headers and Makefiles

Back to Types: Typedefs, Enums, Structs, Unions, and Arrays. On to Pointers.

Held Monday, February 7, 2000

Overview

Today we consider two important practical issues for the development of C programs: header files, which provide specifications for C libraries, and make, which supports some forms of automatic recompilation.

Notes

Contents

Summary


Header Files

Make

Exercises


History

Thursday, 20 January 2000

Monday, 7 February 2000

Back to Types: Typedefs, Enums, Structs, Unions, and Arrays. On to Pointers.


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