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From: song@iastate.edu (Chang-Hyeon Song)
Subject: Why there isn't strrstr isn't in ?  It is POSIX stand.
Date: Fri, 30 Oct 1992 15:07:59 GMT

Anybody have any idea why strrstr isn't in <string.h> even if they say Linux 
is POSIX standard?

Any comment welcome.

From: wirzeniu@klaava.Helsinki.FI (Lars Wirzenius)
Subject: Re: Why there isn't strrstr isn't in <string.h>?  It is POSIX stand.
Date: 30 Oct 92 17:12:59 GMT

song@iastate.edu (Chang-Hyeon Song) writes:
>Anybody have any idea why strrstr isn't in <string.h> even if they say Linux 
>is POSIX standard?

Perhaps because nobody knew it was POSIX?  Linux is only as much POSIX
as Linus & C:o know about POSIX.

BTW, strrstr is not an ANSI/ISO Standard C function.

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Lars.Wirzenius@helsinki.fi  (finger wirzeniu@klaava.helsinki.fi)

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