Feb 22, 2001, 12:22 PM
Post #10 of 10
Re: Can someone help about using in...
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1) C is not Perl, and Perl is not C. To assume that a Perl person can answer a C question is to assume incorrectly.
2) C questions are off topic for this Perl forum.
3) This is not the place to demand or to whine. I did not demand that you link the url -- just that you understand it's more cumbersome to open a new browser window, and then copy and paste a url than click. It would stand to reason that you would try to make things easier for people trying to help.
4) To make a link "hot", use [ url=http://whatever.com]http://whatever.com (remove the extra space between [ and url)
In the future, it would be very useful to note that you are not asking a Perl question and to remember that nothing is due simply by posting a question. People have tried to help, and were not successful in helping you with your C question. You have received 4 separate replies to this post, all (logically) assuming that you were referring to Perl.
Perhaps a better place for this question is a C forum or newsgroup.