|Large structures firstname.lastname@example.org (Andrzej Wasowski) (2002-06-13)|
|Re: Large structures email@example.com (Scott Nicol) (2002-06-14)|
|Re: Large structures firstname.lastname@example.org (Andreas Krall) (2002-06-14)|
|From:||"Scott Nicol" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||14 Jun 2002 13:59:52 -0400|
|Posted-Date:||14 Jun 2002 13:59:51 EDT|
"Andrzej Wasowski" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Is it possible to declare a structure of arbitrary length in C?
ANSI doesn't require it, but most compilers I have worked with support it,
at least up to about 10,000 elements. I haven't tried beyond there. One
exception is (was?) Microsoft's compiler with debugging symbols - I think
the limit is around 4000 elements.
> I have a code generation scheme
Passing machine-generated code through a compiler is a good way to uncover
compiler bugs. If you have to target a large number of C compilers, it can
be difficult to generate code so that it works with all compilers.
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