On Sun, Dec 09, 2001 at 01:27:51AM -0800, H. Peter Anvin wrote:
> putc() is frequently defined as
> #define putc(__C) fputc((__C), stdout)
> ... or some equivalent; I think the best way to say it's that it's a
according to the putc man page in debian stable, it takes the same args as
fputc. maybe it varies by glibc version (mine is 2.1.3-19). i guess anyone
using putc better use autoconf. also, "unix system programming for SVr4"
says the only difference is that putc is an inlined macro version of fputc.
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