In Ansi C - Where is 'decay' defined, and where are all the cases of it occuring documented?

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  1. Bertrand

    • 2020/7/5

    An array name decays means its value is treated (=has type and value) as a pointer to its first element. Note that array names do not always decay (e.g. not as the operand of the sizeof operator). Imperfect synonyms may be treated as or rewritten as or simply used as.

  2. Niklaus

    • 2015/5/19

    The original ANSI C standard (X3.159-1989) was ratified in 1989 and was published in 1999 as ISO/IEC 9899:1999, and is commonly known as C99.

  3. Aries

    • 2016/3/20

    Supported ANSI C and C++ Windows Compilers Use one of the following C/C++ compilers that create Windows ® dynamically linked libraries (DLLs) or Windows applications: Microsoft® Visual C++® (MSVC). The only compiler that supports the building of COM objects and Excel ® plug-ins is Microsoft Visual C++.

  4. Conrad

    • 2015/1/22

    ANSI C Programming,ANSI C Programming will familiarize students with the capabilities of the ANSI C language and enable them to write useful C programs.

  5. Kole

    • 2018/10/7

    The official terminology in the standard for this is "lvalue conversion". In the current version of the standard (C11) you find this in 6.3.2.1 p3.

  6. Hendrix

    • 2018/8/14

    C was standardized as C89 by ANSI. It was then standardized by ISO as C90; there are no technical differences between C89 and C90. C99 is a revision of the C standard; it was developed by the ISO C committee and standardized by both ISO and ANSI. Both C89 and C99 are ANSI standards.

  7. Milo

    • 2018/10/16

    ANSI C is a set of successive standards which were published by the American in C. In C, Some old compilers may not allow references to entire structures, 

  8. Joel

    • 2018/2/28

    The standard completed in 1989 ratified as ANSI X3.159-1989 “ Programming Language C ” also known as “ ANSI C “. Later it is labelled “ C89 ” to distinguish it from C99. C89 is compatible in current C compilers, and C code written today mostly based on it. C90 Standard

  9. Kieran

    • 2021/7/8

    Second Google search yielded this:

    The K&R method of reducing arrays to pointers
     ---------------------------------------------
     K&R tried to create a unified treatment of arrays and pointers, one that 
     would expose rather than hide the array equation in the compiler's code. 
     They found an elegant solution, albeit a bit complicated. The "ugly" 
     array equation is replaced in their formulation by four rules:
    
        1) An array of dimension N is a 1D array with
           elements that are arrays of dimension N-1.
    
        2) Pointer addition is defined by:
    
              ptr # n = ptr + n * size(type-pointed-into)
    
           "#" denotes here pointer addition to avoid 
           confusion with ordinary addition.
           The function "size()" returns object's sizes.
    
        3) The famous "decay convention": an array is 
           treated as a pointer that points to the 
           first element of the array.
    
           The decay convention shouldn't be applied
           more than once to the same object.
    
        4) Taking a subscript with value i is equivalent 
           to the operation: "pointer-add i and then 
           type-dereference the sum", i.e.
    
              xxx[i] = *(xxx # i)
    
    
            When rule #4 + rule #3 are applied recursively 
            (this is the case of a multi-dimensional array), 
            only the data type is dereferenced and not the 
            pointer's value, except on the last step.
    

    Source

  10. Emery

    • 2017/4/13

    Is c99 ANSI C?

  11. Anakin

    • 2021/9/8

    ANSI C, ISO C and Standard C are successive standards for the C programming language published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Historically, the names referred specifically to the original and best-supported version of the standard (known as C89 or C90).

  12. Edward

    • 2021/3/4

    C99, ANSI C · inline functions, preferred over macros because it allows type checking · variable-length arrays (VLA) where the 

  13. Kane

    • 2016/6/2

    The C standard is the only way to answer questions like these.

    If you want to buy the official document then you need to look for ISO/IEC 9899:2011. Or may prefer the older standards from 1999 or 1989.

    Alternatively, the final draft of the 2011 standard is available here, and should be close enough: http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg14/www/docs/n1570.pdf

  14. Knox

    • 2017/9/4

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  15. Carter

    • 2019/6/29

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  16. Elijah

    • 2015/10/10

    Written by the most well known face of India s IT literacy movement, this book is designed for the first course in C taken by undergraduate students in Computers and Information Technology. The

  17. Nikolai

    • 2019/10/30

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  18. Yahir

    • 2018/10/28

    2 Programming in ANSI C This is an online copy of a book published by Group D Publications Ltd. Apart from this page it is an identical copy of the third edition of “Programming in

  19. King

    • 2019/8/7

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  20. Hezekiah

    • 2017/10/12

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  21. Tyler

    • 2016/1/2

    ANSI C is a common name for the C programming language standard, and, while the document from which this name derives has long been 

  22. Raylan

    • 2018/4/4

    C99 is a standard of the C language published by ISO and adopted by ANSI in around 1999. GNU C is just an extension of c89,while some features of c99 are also added,but in entirety it is different from c99 standard so when compiling in gcc we have to enter -std=c99 which is already mentioned in the other answers.

  23. Axton

    • 2019/12/20

    Programming in ANSI C (Book by Stephen G. Kochan)

  24. Eduardo

    • 2019/4/14

    The introductory text to applications programming in ANSI C assumes no prior programming experience in C or any other language. Sample applications allow students to see the development of a complete C program.

  25. Zayne

    • 2017/4/9

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  26. Reuben

    • 2021/4/16

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  27. Richardson

    • 2019/12/11

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  28. Zaid

    • 2018/9/17

    ANSI C, ISO C and Standard C are successive standards for the C programming language published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Historically, the names referred specifically to the original and best-supported version of the standard (known as C89 or C90).

  29. Bradley

    • 2020/2/16

    Strict, pedantic ISO C90 – also known as ANSI C. You might be wondering why I support a 30+ year old standard. You might even be wondering 

  30. Reyes

    • 2015/12/21

    That document really is the original ANSI C89 standard, just in a re-re-printed form. If you have 160.29 USD to fork over, you can get a copy for digital download of the PDF or the printed edition for the same price. Once you have the standard, then all amendments and technical corrigenda can be found here, for free:

  31. Kuqi

    • 2018/12/2

    The ANSI C standard was adopted in 1989. In the last 28 years, C has progressed quite a bit and has had three more standards since ANSI C.

  32. Alessandro

    • 2019/10/12

    Battle of the Standards: C90 vs. C99 – Round 2 Designated Initializers In C, the initialization of structures can be dangerous if the structure definition ever changes. When a structure is initialized, the order of initializers must follow the structure definition otherwise the members will be assigned the wrong value.

  33. Hamza

    • 2020/8/7

    ANSI C is a set of successive standards which were published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) for the C programming language. The ANSI 

  34. Austin

    • 2021/10/9

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  35. Nathan

    • 2018/10/29

    ISO/IEC 9899:2018 - Information technology - Programming languages – C (C18) is the current standard that originated as ANSI X3.159-1989.

  36. Legacy

    • 2015/1/18

    >which one is better ANSI C / C99? Which one is better, ketchup or mustard? >can i know the major difference between C99 & ANSI C standards? What qualifies as "major" is a matter of opinion. Some important differences. Identifiers have increased significant length. "//" style comments are allowed. Variable arguments in macros. Inline functions

  37. Ayaan

    • 2017/5/24

    C is a general-purpose programming language initially developed by Dennis Ritchie between 1969 and 1973 at AT&T Bell Labs. C99 is a standard of the C language published by ISO and adopted by ANSI in around 1999. ANSI C is a successive series of standards released by ANSI.

  38. Aries

    • 2016/7/23

    New Features C Language Reference Manual 007–0701–130 This revision of the C Language Reference Manual supports the 7.3 release of the MIPSpro compiler. See the cc(1) man page for changes or additions to command-line options.

  39. Brycen

    • 2017/1/22

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  40. Brixton

    • 2019/4/9

    Section 13 : Other C Features 116 Appendix A : Operator Precedence Table 123 Part B: The C Pre-processor Pages 124-135 Section 1 : The 'C' Pre-processor 126 Part C: The Standard C Library Pages 136-173 Section 1 : Introduction to the Standard 'C' Library 141 Section 2 : Output From The Terminal 142

  41. Kyrie

    • 2015/2/26

    The ANSI C standard was adopted in 1989. In the last 28 years, C has progressed quite a bit and has had three more standards since ANSI C.

  42. Diaz

    • 2018/9/17

    ANSI C, ISO C and Standard C are successive standards for the C programming language published by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). Historically, the names referred specifically to the original and best-supported version of the standard (known as C89 or C90).

  43. Ariel

    • 2018/8/18

    The current C programming language standard (C11) ISO/IEC 9899 was adopted by ISO and IEC in 2011. To obtain the international standard, please contact 

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