Re: [Circle] [C] bzero

From: Necromonitor (
Date: 11/20/96

On Wed, 20 Nov 1996, Yoink! wrote:

> On Wed, 20 Nov 1996, Shawn A. Daniel wrote:
> > > A very good place to look for an extremely simple syntactical issue such
> > > as this is in your man pages.  I.E.  If, by the off chance you have never
> > > used a man page, the command is: man bzero.  Man pages are absolutely
> > > amazing things.. you get the prototypes, the libraries, and usually the
> > > author mentions one or two things about the function itself.  Try it,
> > > you'll like it.
> > IF, by the OFF chance you were aware of what Operating system he was
> > running before would think that Win95 doesn't have the
> > luxury of a MAN page command...hence your snot advice about man bzero isn't
> > remotely close or even VALID.  
> > NOT all MUD Imps are running on BSD or a Linux Box, some of us happen to
> > like the ease of Win95.
> Ease? How many problems are associated with the lousy tcp/ip suport in Win
> 95?

Yes, yes, yes, each and every one of us run the damned this on some other 
operating system.  Big deal!  I'm running it under VMS on a VAX, no wait, 
I've gotten it to compile under CP/M... no wait, I've got it running on 
an Amiga500...  jeeeze.

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