Let's hack Minnebar! [and lightning talks in general]

Andrew Benson drewbenson at netjack.com
Tue Jan 28 20:45:27 UTC 2020

Hi Nicholas,

I **THINK** so.

I couldn’t find any documentation that said that either — and I looked at a LOT of old ones, including some old books I had.

But when I first saw it, I thought that was it for sure — I mean that I felt like I remembered that from the past.
I think it’s primarily been used in embedded, but there’s no gcc or clang option I can find that makes it accept it (I think I’ve tried all of them).

> On Jan 28, 2020, at 12:25 PM, Nicholas Drozd <nicholasdrozd at gmail.com> wrote:
> Do you know for sure that that's what the `s` is? I've seen "short
> int" mentioned elsewhere, and it's a reasonable guess, but I haven't
> been able to find any documentation about it. The IOCCC rules from
> that era stipulate that entries be written in "common C (K&R + common
> extensions)". What are the "common extensions"?
> On Fri, Jan 24, 2020 at 12:37 AM Andrew Benson <drewbenson at netjack.com> wrote:
>> Had to switch all the “1s” to “1” to make it compile though.  I don’t think there’s a C compiler still in existence that accepts that “s” suffix to indicate a short int.

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