Posted by: wbailer | January 16, 2012

Programmieren Sie auch noch mit Holzkohle?

Had some issues with non-existing defines in the MinGW environment, and came across the following auto-translation.

Original posting:

Clarification: Where “most platforms” refers to platforms with a C99-compliant fscanf/scanf that can handle the hh prefix for char, not just the h prefix for short.

Translation to German:

Erklärung: Wo „die meisten Plattformen“ auf Plattformen mit einem C99-compliant fscanf/scanf sich bezieht, das das hh Präfix für Holzkohle behandeln kann, nicht gerade setzen das h kurz vor.

No doubt, char means Holzkohle, although it could mean Saibling as well (but that’s fishy …).

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