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These are the source files for the auxilliary program described in the book
Checking C Programs with Lint
by Ian Darwin, published as a Nutshell Handbook by O'Reilly & Associates,
October 1988, ISBN xxxxx-xxxxx.
There are six archives:
ccheck.tar.Z C checker using yacc and lex
cchk.tar.Z C checker in C
clash.tar.Z report long name clashes for older compilers
error.tar.Z Berkeley's error message analyzer
printfck.tar.Z Checks on printf argument calls
shortc.tar.Z Bypass long name clashes for older compilers
Each is compressed (wth 12 bits for the benefits of small system users)
and archived with the standard UNIX tar(1) utility.
Ian F. Darwin
October, 1988
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