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- Mon Sep 11, 2006 3:29 am
- Forum: C
- Topic: Passing variable number of arguments to functions..
- Replies: 6
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I agree with Krzysztof Duleba because it's the operation system who counts the arguments and put them in memory and save the pointers in the argv array. as an exmple : c:\>test.exe parametre1 parametre2 the operating system ( Ms-dos here / or some free alternative) would do several tasks before ca...
thanks Vexorian and jan_holmes for your answers that clear up things :) , i really taught that 0:00:00 execution time is a real one , and for that matter i just learned that we have to decrease function calls in our C program or to use the '+' operation instead of the '*' operation as much as possib...
i would like to know if there is some kind of tips to make a C program run faster , i mean those for solving problems , and is the stats for some problem correct because i see that there is some peaple who got their code to solve the problems in 0:00.000 Cpu time .