C-BC

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C-BC definition

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A strongly typed version of BC by Mark Hopkins, with expanded C-like syntax, more base types and the ability to form array and pointer types of any dimension and to allocate/free arrays at run time.
Most POSIX-BC features are supported, except that functions must be declared consistently and declared before first use. String handling is slightly different. It requires an ANSI-C compiler and runs under MS-DOS or Unix.
Version: 1.1.
Posted to alt.sources 1993-04-10.
(1993-08-23)
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing, © Denis Howe 2010 http://foldoc.org
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