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Replaced By Second as decimal (0 60) Horizontal tab (added by C99) hh:mm:ss (added by C99) Day of week; Monday is first day of week (0 (added by C99) 53) Week of year, Sunday being first day (0 53) Week of year using a week-based year (added by C99) Weekday as a decimal (0 Sunday being 0) 6, Week of year, Monday being first day (0 53) Standard date string Standard time string Year in decimal without century (0 99) Year including century as decimal Offset from UTC (added by C99) Time zone name The percent sign
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Page 431 struct tm *ptr; time_t lt; char str[80]; lt = time(NULL); ptr = localtime(<); strftime(str, 100, "It is now %H %p", ptr); printf(str); return 0; }
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#include <timeh> time_t time(time_t *time);
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Page 432 lt = time(NULL); ptr = localtime(<); printf(asctime(ptr)); return 0; }
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17 Dynamic Allocation Functions
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This chapter describes C's dynamic allocation functions At their core are malloc( ) and free( ) Each time malloc( ) is called, a portion of the remaining free memory is allocated Each time free( ) is called, memory is returned to the system The region of free memory from which memory is allocated is called the heap The prototypes for the dynamic allocation functions are in <stdlibh>
NOTE An overview of dynamic allocation is found in 5
Standard C defines four dynamic allocation functions that all compilers will supply: calloc( ), malloc( ), free( ), and realloc( ) However, your compiler will almost certainly contain several nonstandard variants on these functions to accommodate various options and environmental differences For example, special allocation functions are supplied by compilers that produce code for the segmented memory model of the 8086 You will want to refer to your compiler's documentation for details and descriptions of additional allocation functions calloc
#include <stdlibh> void *calloc(size_t num, size_t size);
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Page 435 printf("Allocation Error\n"); exit(1); } return p; }
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