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Re: [vox-tech] C sorting problem



Thanks Jeff it was originally going to I make some changes and never changed 
the function name.
Rusty

On Monday 17 September 2001 08:23 pm, you wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Sep 2001, Roland (Rusty) Minden wrote:
> > I am working on homework so please don't write it for me, but I am having
> > trouble figuring our my error with a sort for a C program I am writing.
>
> Not interested in writing it for you. :)
>
> Getting it to compile means you understand "syntax". You also need to make
> sure you understand how the functions you use behave... what they expect,
> what they return, what side effects they have. This is called "semantics".
>
> You should also name your functions more appropriately.  "Sort_List" does
> no sorting.
>
> [...]
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