On Fri, 8 May 1998, Andre Fachat wrote: > "man 3 printf" says > > printf(" foo %% bar \n"); Now you took away all the joy from people who might have tried the ways proposed in the C Infrequently Asked Questions file. (BTW, the IAQ is really great reading, and some of the answers are so clever that it may take some time to understand why they won't work. I think that the file was written, because people in comp.lang.c have gotten fed up with beginners requesting help for their homework problems.) I wonder if any people have written similar "anti-FAQ" files for other areas? Such as: How can I build a reset button to the C64? Insert a coin in the joystick port to reset the machine. (That actually works, because shorting +5V and ground resets the machine, but it may also take the fuse and/or the CIA.) Marko
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