Latest comment: 7 years ago by 2601:646:8200:975D:E543:4A50:C1D4:BD79 in topic List of Functions

List of Functions edit

The list of functions is a bit short, and possibly inaccurate, isn't it? See DJGPP conio.h header file for an example of one implementation's listing. I might edit this page, unless someone minds. - J (talk) 18:35, 17 March 2009 (UTC)Reply

I find the page half way helpful. As is explained the member functions vary by compiler. We need to know which compiler this list comes from. And since ANSI have produced a definition we need to be told what their list is. Since that's two lists the table becomes extendable, Then we can all join in with lists from the principal compilers, historic and current. Reg nim (talk) 20:25, 12 August 2010 (UTC) . —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 20:25, 29 August 2010 (UTC)Reply

I agree with the two above. I hope to find this list, if necessary I will buy a copy of the standard from ANSI . But the ANSI search finds nothing for "conio.h" . If anyone knows the number of the standard then please quote it as a reference. Reg nim (talk) 21:22, 24 August 2011 (UTC)Reply

I don't think you'll find any reference to the relevant ANSI standard, because I don't think conio.h is part of any official ANSI C standard. (talk) 13:39, 29 August 2011 (UTC)Reply
Yes, I think the page contains a hoax. And ANSI deserve it. I will report it to ANSI and see what comes back. Reg nim (talk) 21:11, 30 August 2011 (UTC)Reply
I think I was in error above, I misread the last line. The C standard referred to must be C89. Does that really impose the an_ requirement. I have two old Borland compilers that were sold as C89 complient, both have conio.h without prefix. All compilers that I know, which is not that many, have no an_ prefix. And where does that leave ISO with C90, which is described as identical in effect to C89. I have seen no reference to an_ anywhere else but here, I have Googled lots of variants to find nothing more than here. I am dubious until someone with a standard gives a definitive answer. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Reg nim (talkcontribs) 19:22, 31 August 2011 (UTC) Sorry Reg nim (talk)Reply
Agreed on the _ thing. The C standard doesn't prohibit implementations from adding their own headers. It would only be an issue if those identifiers were reserved when conio.h hadn't been included (in which case I'd expect the always-visible names to adopt a __ prefix and conio.h to provide the versions without an underscore). I'm removing it. 2601:646:8200:975D:E543:4A50:C1D4:BD79 (talk) 01:26, 17 June 2016 (UTC)Reply

Su nombre edit

La palabra "conio.h" parece como si fuera espanola? Pues, es un nombre de un archivo que se usa para programar en DOS y Windows, y pienso que su nombre completo es "Console Input/Output Header File" o quizas no. - J (talk) 18:35, 17 March 2009 (UTC)Reply