Dec 192017
 
C Source code example of how to read information from a configuration file.
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C Source code example of how to read information from a configuration file.
File Name File Size Zip Size Zip Type
CONFIG.C 23375 4308 deflated
CONFIG.CFG 181 153 deflated
CONFIG.DOC 12774 4866 deflated
CONFIG.H 1276 529 deflated
MAIN.C 1284 559 deflated
MAKEFILE 438 287 deflated
README 835 465 deflated

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Contents of the README file


CONFIG is a set of C routines for reading configuration files.
One of the major objectives of CONFIG is to allow existing
programs which are not using configuration file to take advantage
of CONFIG with minimal changes.

CONFIG is still in its very primitive form. I don't have time to
finish the programming section of CONFIG but it should not to
difficult to follow the code (I think).

CONFIG has been successfully compiled using:
1. MSDOS MS C compiler 5.0 using small model
2. Ultrix cc with -DOldFashion
3. Ultrix gcc
4. BSD 4.3 cc with -DOldFashion
5. Encore gcc with -DNoVPRINTF
6. Encore cc with -DNoVPRINTF
7. SUN OS 3.4 cc

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