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Tue, 25 Jun 2002 01:08:16 +0200
i feel a bit bad emailing this to you as you will most likely have many more
important things to do... and i certainly feel worse that it is is bugs email
address, im sure this is just my stupidity...
i am running glibc-2.2.5 on a Linux from Scratch system, and in one of my c
programs i am trying to call pow10(), but i always get
warning: implicit declaration of function `pow10'
despite that i have included math.h as usual... am i using the wrong header
file? i have gcc-2.95.3
a grep reveals that it is in a header file
/usr/include/bits/mathcalls.h:102:__MATHCALL (pow10,, (_Mdouble_ __x));
which i assume is called by math.h. i have also tried passing -D__USE_GNU to
gcc and simply defining __USE_GNU which i see are requirements to get the
header declaration to be processed.
do you know what i am doing wrong? i cannot call exp10 either, i just dont know
how to use the gnu extensions do i!
thanks in advance! and sorry again for emailing you, if there was a users mail
list i would have used it instead
When I first arrived in this country I had only fifteen cents in my pocket and
a willingness to compromise.
-- Weber cartoon caption