Re: help w/ pipes
Date: Mon, 15 Dec 2003 15:18:45 -0500
> I did not realise that dup2() and pipe() are macros, I thought that they
> are functions.
Okay, they are functions, but I've never seen a Dup2 or Pipe macro or
reference to them so I assumed you meant the functions...my bad.
Are they macros that are defined in some header or are you attempting to
create some for whatever your trying to do?
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