> why is buf declared in so many places to be rather small in the .c files > when it is declared in structs.h and db.h to be size > MAX_STRING_LENGTH? > this seems a little odd to me. Well, because the circle code is a mess and the compiler and linker don't care. If you declare buf it will replace (override) the global buf variable by a local of size 32Bytes until the function is left. Cat.
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