Re: Linux programme - different results each run
- From: Paul Pluzhnikov <ppluzhnikov-nsp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 11 Dec 2005 09:13:32 -0800
Eric Enright <eric.enright@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> int isNum(char data)
>> case '0': return 0;
>> case '1': return 0;
> There is a function called isdigit() in ctype.h that
> does just this, you should use it instead.
In addition, isSomething() should return non-zero when something
is true, and zero (false) otherwise.
As written, the code will require anyone with any "C" experience
to go through extra "this code works backwards" mental gymnastics.
>> char *path = (char *)malloc(50);
> What happens if malloc() fails? Plus, you shouldn't
> be casting malloc().
One more bug: what happens if storage returned by malloc() did
not begin with a NUL byte?
I believe that bug is at the root of OPs irreproducible results.
In order to understand recursion you must first understand recursion.
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