Re: [NEWBIE] Leech command.

From: Mike Stilson (
Date: 09/19/02

On Wed, Sep 18, 2002 at 04:04:33PM -0700, Daniel A. Koepke wrote:
>On Wed, 18 Sep 2002, Mike Stilson wrote:
>> [skip_spaces()] has the advantage of not needing another kinda large
>> buffer.. it's nicer on memory)
>It also has the disadvantage that 'leech foo ' won't work (note the
>trailing space).  Additionally, a 256-byte temporary buffer isn't exactly
>hard on memory, so
>  char arg[MAX_INPUT_LENGTH];
>  one_argument(argument, arg);
>is _really_ what you want to do in this case.

I really should look at stock more often... I forgot that I smash
trailing spaces automatically in interpreter.c.

And yeah, 256 bytes isn't that much, but I always figure if you can save
any memory somewhere, why not do it? (Just like reorganizing structures
to save 3 or 4 bytes here & there... ever try compiling with -Wpadding?


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