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From: ke...@seismo.UUCP (Keith Bostic)
Newsgroups: net.bugs.2bsd,net.wanted.sources,net.lang.c
Subject: pdp11 C compiler
Message-ID: <2638@seismo.UUCP>
Date: Mon, 24-Jun-85 15:34:28 EDT
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Posted: Mon Jun 24 15:34:28 1985
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Organization: Center for Seismic Studies, Arlington, VA
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Keywords: pdp11, C, compiler, global

Does anybody have a public domain or pcc-based C compiler
for the pdp's that allows global structures with identically
named elements?  I'd really like to get a copy if you do.

Thanks, as they say...

	Keith Bostic
		ARPA: keith@seismo
		UUCP: seismo!keith

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