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Re: [CPROG] Hvordan læser man shell variabler iC/C++



On Fri, 7 Jun 2002 14:29:36 +0200
Bjarke Bruun <sslug@sslug> wrote:
> Jeg sidder og leger med C++ og vil gerne have mit program til at kunne
> 
> læse/forstå om en given shell variable er sat eller ikke sat, således
> at jeg ved at køre programmet, uden at bruge parameter, kan give
> forskelligt output eg. debug information i forskellige niveauer.
> 
> Er der en der har et link eller lige kan skrive en stump kode så jeg
> kan finde ud af det ?
> 
> Vh


man -a getenv
man -a setenv

thats it :o)


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