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Keywords: C C++ Compression Pattern Printable Bit Archive

The code listings for the February 1994 issue of The C Users Journal
include source for Philip Gage's Byte Pair Compression algorithm, Erick
Otto's text pattern matching, Thad Smith III's
binary-to-printable-character encoding algorithm, Siegfried Heintze's
class for bit arrays, and Pat LaBrocca's self-extracting archive.

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FILENAME AUTHOR-NAME TITLE PAGE
(Zip archive/
subdirectory name)
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plauger P.J. Plauger Standard C 10

xmsg.h - listing 1, A class to handle exceptions
reraise.h - listing 2, Definition of class reraise
xlogic.h - listing 3, A derived class to handle logic errors
xruntime.h - listing 4, A derived class to handle runtime errors
xdomain.h - listing 5, A derived class to handle domain errors
xrange.h - listing 6, A derived class to handle range errors
badcast.h - listing 7, A class to handle bad dynamic casts

saks Dan Saks Stepping Up to C++ 87

mix.h - listing 1, A class hierarchy that mixes virtual and
non-virtual overriding
testmix.cpp - listing 2, A test program for the hierarchy in
mix.h (listing 1)
overload.h - listing 3, A class with overloaded virtual functions
hides.cpp - listing 4, Demonstrates how a declaration in an
inner scope hides all functions with the same name
in an outer scope
partial.h - listing 5, A class hierarchy that overrides some but
not all overloaded virtual functions
testpart.cpp - listing 6, A test program for partial.h (listing 5)

gage Philip Gage A New Algorithm for 23
Data Compression

compress.c - listing 3, The compression program
expand.c - listing 4, The expansion program

otto Erick Otto Two Fast Pattern-Matching 39
Algorithms

bm.c - listing 1, The Boyer and Moore algorithm
bzyatg.c - listing 2, The Beaza-Yates and Gonnet algorithm
freq.c - listing 3, Generates a header file with frequency
distribution of specified file

smith Thad Smith III Coding with Printable 51
Characters

code13_2.c - listing 1, Codes 13-bit values into two characters
conv2_13.c - listing 2, Translates two characters back to 13 bits
calc9_11.c - listing 3, Calculation to encode 9 input bytes into
11 characters
baz.h - listing 4, External definitions of BAZ routines
bazcom.h - listing 5, Internal definitions for BAZ routines
ebaz.c - listing 6, Code to convert 9 bytes to 11 characters
dbaz.c - listing 7, Decodes 9 bytes from 11 characters
crc16.h - listing 8, Header for 16-bit CRC calculation
crc16g.h - listing 9, Calculates the CRC, a block at a time
baz.c - listing 10, Encodes binary file to BAZ911 file
zab.c - listing 11, Decodes BAZ911-encoded file

heintze Siegfried Heintze Intuitive Access to 67
Bit Arrays

bitarr.h - listing 1, Definition of classes BitField and
BitArray
bitarr.cpp - listing 2, Demonstrates operation of bit arrays

labrocca P. J. LaBrocca A Self-Extracting 75
Archive for MS-DOS

sea.h - listing 1, Prefix header structure
arch.c - listing 2, Archiver
extr.c - listing 3, Extraction module
makefile.mak - listing 4, Makefile for arch.exe and extr.exe
remake.bat - listing 5, A batch file to check MagicNumber
remake.awk - listing 6, An awk file to check the size
of MagicNumber

allison Chuck Allison Code Capsules: Variable-Length 103
Argument Lists

max1.c - listing 1, A function to find the largest
of n integers
vargs1.c - listing 2, A function to extract integer/string
argument pairs
vargs2.c - listing 3, Encapsulates the parameter extraction
logic
vargs3.c - listing 4, Uses macros in stdarg.h to process
variable-length argument lists
max2.c - listing 5, Implements maxn via the stdarg macros
concat.c - listing 6, A function to concatenate a variable
number of strings
tblrow.c - listing 7, Uses a va_list to populate tables
fatal.c - listing 8, Uses vprintf to exit program with error
message
prepend.c - listing 9, Demonstrates use of prepend function
preprint.c - listing 10, Functions to build strings backwards
commas.c - listing 11, Uses prepend and preprintf functions to
format numbers with comma separators


letters Letters to Editor We Have Mail 118

dyn2darr.c - not listed in magazine, submitted by Steve Coffman
as improvement to P.J LaBrocca's code (see "Dynamic
Two-Dimensional Arrays," by P.J. LaBrocca, CUJ,
November 1993, page 72.
dyn2darr.h - not listed in magazine, submitted by Steve Coffman
as improvement to P.J. LaBrocca's code


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  3 Responses to “Category : Files from Magazines
Archive   : CUJ9402.ZIP
Filename : FILENAME.TXT

  1. Very nice! Thank you for this wonderful archive. I wonder why I found it only now. Long live the BBS file archives!

  2. This is so awesome! 😀 I’d be cool if you could download an entire archive of this at once, though.

  3. But one thing that puzzles me is the “mtswslnkmcjklsdlsbdmMICROSOFT” string. There is an article about it here. It is definitely worth a read: http://www.os2museum.com/wp/mtswslnk/