Python for air traffic control?

Duncan Booth duncan at NOSPAMrcp.co.uk
Thu Jul 5 09:56:24 CEST 2001


Ralf Muschall <ralf.muschall at alphasat.de> wrote in 
news:u7elrwi0pa.fsf at hpeesof.asc:

> No, typedef just creates aliases, *not* types.  One might consider
> creating something like
> 
>     typedef struct { int value; } plane_t;
> 
> instead (and get bitten by the fact that struct tag names are not
> local to the struct scope for some versions of C (i.e. adding
> 
>     typedef struct { int value; } lane_t;
> 
> would clash)).
> 
At which point you go out and buy yourself a C compiler that manages to get 
a bit closer to the standard. I think clashing of structure tag names went 
out of fashion about 20 years ago, certainly it wasn't a problem I 
encountered even in my days of writing C for Z80s.

-- 
Duncan Booth                                             duncan at rcp.co.uk
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