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Examples: // This is a one-line commentary. Here /* are ignored anyway. /* This is a commentary that can span several lines. Note that here the two slashes // are ignored too */ This is very simple, but the difficulty is not in the syntax of commentaries, of course, but in their content. There are several rules to keep in mind: 1. Always keep the commentaries current with the code that they are supposed to comment. There is nothing more frustrating than to discover that the commentary was actually misleading you, because it wasn’t updated when the code below changed, and actually instead of helping you to understand the code it contributes further to make it more obscure.

Double sqrt(double x); Declare a function pointer called “id” with the given return type and arguments list void (*fn)(int) Declare a label. Definition of a function with return type and arguments See Function declarations. lab1: int add1(int x) { return x+1;} Redefine one of the operators like +, * or others so that instead of doing the normal operation, this function is called instead. This is an extension to the C language proposed by lcc-win32 and is NOT in the language standard.

Since 1 & 1 is 1, bitcount will be incremented, and the test will make the routine return 1, the correct answer. If n is three, we make two passes, and bitcount will be two. This will be different from 1, and we return zero, the correct answer. com made me discover an important bug. If you change the declaration of “i” from unsigned int to int, without qualification, the above function will enter an infinite loop if n is negative. Why? When shifting signed numbers sign is preserved, so the sign bit will be carried through, provoking that n will become eventually a string of 1 bits, never equal to zero, hence an infinite loop.

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