Category Archives: GFacts

G-Fact 6


The C standard C99 allows inline functions and variable-length-arrays. So following functions are valid in C99 compliant compilers. Example for inline functions filter_none edit close… Read More »

G-Fact 5


A large proportion of programming languages are bootstrapped, including BASIC, C, Pascal, Factor, Haskell, Modula-2, Oberon, OCaml, Common Lisp, Scheme, and more. References:… Read More »

G-Fact 4


In C, function parameters are always passed by value. Pass-by-reference is simulated in C by explicitly passing pointer values. My Personal Notes arrow_drop_up Save

G-Fact 3


In ISO C, you can define main either to take no arguments, or to take two arguments that represent the command line arguments to the… Read More »

G-Fact 2


To know the IP address(es) of a URL/website, nslookup can be used at the shell/command prompt (cmd.exe). It works on both types of operating systems… Read More »