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From: han...@pegasus.UUCP (Tony L. Hansen)
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Subject: Re: public domain getopt
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Date: Tue, 1-May-84 10:54:16 EDT
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One minor difference between the behaviour of the public domain getopt(1)
recently posted and the System III/System V/System Vr2 getopt(1) is that
AT&T's doesn't output any of the new option list until it has scanned the
entire option list first for errors.  Change the printf's into some
combination of strcat's and sprintf's into a string buffer while scanning
the arguments. Then output the new list all at once with a printf. The
coding is left as an exercise for the reader....

					Tony Hansen

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