Defect Report #167
Submission Date: 16 Oct 95
Source: Clive D.W. Feather
Submitted to BSI by Clive D.W. Feather email@example.com .
In this Defect Report, identifiers lexically identical to those
declared in standard headers refer to the identifiers declared in those
standard headers, whether or not the header is explicitly mentioned.
This Defect Report has been prepared with considerable help from
Mark Brader, Jutta Degener, Ronald Guilmette, and a person whose
employment conditions require anonymity. However, except where stated,
opinions expressed or implied should not be assumed to be those of any
person other than myself.
Defect Report UK 015: Consistency of the C Standard
The change to the n conversion specifier in subclause 22.214.171.124 made by
TC1, Defect Report #014, Question 2, should also be applied to subclause 126.96.36.199. Change:
No argument is converted.
No argument is converted, but one is consumed.
If the conversion specification with this conversion specifier is
not one of %n, %ln, or %hn,
the behavior is undefined.
In addition, an entry something like:
A %n conversion specification for the fprintf
fscanf functions is not one of %n,
%ln, or %hn (188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206).
should be added to Annex G.2.
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