On Mon, 09 May 2005 11:22:46 PDT, Day Jay said:
I never "claimed" to be a master at c coding or
the greatest like this guy did and he *still*
hardcoded his shit and he's probably still mad.
No, hardcoded would be if you removed this line of
case 'a': addr = strtol(optarg, 0, 16); break;
What he's got is called a *default value*.
If you can't tell which is which, it might be a good
idea to not bring it
up any further. If you're going to try to insult
somebody by accusing them
of something (like "hardcoding"), you could either
do the world a favor and
make sure you understand the meaning of the
accusation, or be *creative*:
the entry about Florida's
Senator George Smathers about half-way down).
(Hints for the unclued: Try getting your code to
run with a different value
than '1700' without either recompiling or using a
hex editor. Then get his code
to run with a different value using '-a'. Then read
and let us know when you've figured it out....)