Re: behavior of free()
- From: gazelle@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (Kenny McCormack)
- Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 01:44:40 +0000 (UTC)
In article <h1lmmd$9uj$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
dfighter <dfighter@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Kenny McCormack wrote:
In article <8663eqkdnm.fsf@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,If you don't want to see anymore posts in this newsgroup, there is a
"Mark" <mark_cruzNOTFORSPAM@xxxxxxxxxxx> trolled the newsgroup thusly:
Compiling this with 'gcc' with just about every flags reasonably
possible, I don't get any warnings from compiler.
Is that you, Kiki?
Note that *somebody* must be generating this repetitive stream of "The
compiler didn't tell me something was wrong" posts. And a good thing it
is, too, since if we didn't have this stream, we'd run out of things to
talk about - and this newsgroup would die. Wouldn't want that, would we?
much easier and faster way of achieving that than waiting for it to die
or trying to destroy it: simply unsubscribe.
Whatever give ya the notion that I don't enjoy the posts in this
newsgroup??? As I've posted many, many times: You can't make this stuff
up! You can't *buy* the kind of entertainment that you can get from
reading this NG.
Admittedly, there is always the question of whether it is entirely real
or not - i.e., if some of these posters, Kiki in particular, aren't, in
fact, very good performance artists. But, all in all, you might as well
assume it is all genuine. But either way, it should not be allowed to
detract from one's enjoyment.
Just a thought.
And not a very original one, at that.
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