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Dan Saks

Dan Saks is president of Saks & Associates, a C/C++ training and consulting company. For more information about Dan Saks, visit his website at www.dansaks.com. Dan also welcomes your feedback: e-mail him at dan@dansaks.com.

Ten years after

Ten years ago this month, what was then Embedded Systems Programming magazine published my first Programming Pointers column, entitled “How I Got Here.” In it,…

A sign of confusion

In C and C++, the unusual nature of char leaves many programmers puzzled about when to use plain char in preference to an explicitly signed…

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Scope regions in C and C++

Many programmers have difficulty distinguishing the concepts of scope, storage allocation, and linkage. Dan begins the process of sorting them out. Like many other programming…

Further insights into size_t

Using size_t may be awkward for some programmers, but using it still solves more problems than it creates. In my previous column, I explained why…