Priapic Numeracy

/* priapic numeracy

        (c) James W. Morris 8th September 2009

        Licensed for modification and redistribution
        under the terms of the GNU GPL V3.
        For precise detail see:

    To build on GNU/Linux platforms,
    gcc priapic_numeracy.c -o priapic_numeracy

    To run after building

#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>

int main()
    enum { SIZE = 10, LAST = SIZE - 1, MAX = 125 };
    long *a = malloc(SIZE * sizeof(long));
    if ( !a )
        return EXIT_FAILURE;
    long *last = a + LAST, *p;
    for ( p = a; p <= last ; p++ )
        *p = p - a;
    for ( p = a; *last < MAX; ++*p, p = ( p < last ? ++p : a ) )
        printf ( (p == last ? "%ld\n" : "%ld " ), *p);
    free ( a );
    return EXIT_SUCCESS;

Copy the text in the above box and save it as priapic_numeracy.c and then follow the instructions above.


"Priapic Numeracy"

A short peice of C code demonstrating usage of 'for' and pointers.

Journal entry - 10:56 Tuesday 8 September 2009

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# James Morris on 23:51 Saturday 29 October 2011:

Really don't have much idea what this is supposed to be about, it doesn't seem to demonstrate anything useful!

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