Current time: Sat Apr 30 15:38:33 2016
Deadline: Tue Jul 1 23:59:00 2008
What is the general rule for Type Conversions in C? That is to say,
what types of conversions are allowed and which (should) cause warnings or errors?
C variables are always passed to functions by value. To change the value of a variable passed to a function
inside the function we must emulate pass by reference. Give a brief example of how to do this and explain
exactly what is being passed between functions and how it is used.
What are the differences between a typedef and #define?