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- Linux: Use the gcc package which comes with your Linux distribution
- Mac OSX: Use Clang
- Windows: Use Cygwin Installing GCC
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- Lecture 8 - November 12th
- Lecture 7 - November 5th
- Lecture 6 - October 29th
- Lecture 5 - October 22nd
- Lecture 3 - October 1st
- Read pages 41 through 54
- Print out the ascii table for ascii values from 0 to 127. Include decimal, octal, hexidecimal, and char values for each value. You may find page 154 very helpful.
- Directly compute the value ranges of unsigned char, short, and unsigned short. See values-char.c as an example
- Extra credit: compute the ranges for int, unsigned int.
- Extra, extra credit: compute the ranges for long and float
- Lecture 2 - September 24th