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Array and string abstraction

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I am aware of bstrings however, a quick google search hasn't revealed a simple
library for array abstraction.

What are others thoughts on the bstring library and is anyone aware of an array
abstraction library?

Thanks!
Jeff
Nov 14 '05 #1
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On Mon, 10 May 2004 22:08:46 -0700, Jeff Rodriguez
<ne********@gurugeek.EXAMPLENOSPAM.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:
I am aware of bstrings however, a quick google search hasn't revealed a simple
library for array abstraction.

What are others thoughts on the bstring library and is anyone aware of an array
abstraction library?

Thanks!
Jeff


Apparently "the bstring library" is some sort of third party library.
Third party libraries are off-topic here, and it is a mistake to
assume that participants here have the slightest idea what you are
talking about.

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Nov 14 '05 #2

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Jack Klein wrote:
On Mon, 10 May 2004 22:08:46 -0700, Jeff Rodriguez
<ne********@gurugeek.EXAMPLENOSPAM.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:

I am aware of bstrings however, a quick google search hasn't revealed a simple
library for array abstraction.

What are others thoughts on the bstring library and is anyone aware of an array
abstraction library?

Thanks!
Jeff

Apparently "the bstring library" is some sort of third party library.
Third party libraries are off-topic here, and it is a mistake to
assume that participants here have the slightest idea what you are
talking about.

Be that as it may, atleast part my origional question stands:
Is anyone aware of an array abstraction library?

Now if anyone could provide any links to libraries or code they have written, it
would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Jeff
Nov 14 '05 #3

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Jeff Rodriguez <ne********@gurugeek.EXAMPLENOSPAM.com> wrote in message news:<akeoc.17740$k24.14560@fed1read01>...
Jack Klein wrote:
On Mon, 10 May 2004 22:08:46 -0700, Jeff Rodriguez
<ne********@gurugeek.EXAMPLENOSPAM.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:

I am aware of bstrings however, a quick google search hasn't revealed a simple
library for array abstraction.

What are others thoughts on the bstring library and is anyone aware of an array
abstraction library?

Thanks!
Jeff

Apparently "the bstring library" is some sort of third party library.
Third party libraries are off-topic here, and it is a mistake to
assume that participants here have the slightest idea what you are
talking about.

Be that as it may, atleast part my origional question stands:
Is anyone aware of an array abstraction library?

Now if anyone could provide any links to libraries or code they have written, it
would be much appreciated.

Thanks,
Jeff


If by what you mean is a dynamic array library, you can always use the
FreeDOS edlin one:

http://www.ibiblio.org/pub/micro/pc-...ne/edlin22.zip

Gregory Pietsch
Nov 14 '05 #4

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