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📓 c.myco (text) by @melanocarpa ️本 📝

C is one of the most known programming languages. Its key features include ‘simplicity’, unfriendliness and lack of many helpful abstractions. Overall, it is a nice experience.

= Links

=> https://justine.lol/ape.html => https://justine.lol/cosmopolitan/index.html | cosmopolitan libc

Cosmopolitan makes C a build-once run-anywhere language, similar to Java, except it doesn't require interpreters or virtual machines be installed beforehand. Cosmo provides the same portability benefits as high-level languages like Go and Rust, but it doesn't invent a new language and you won't need to configure a CI system to build separate binaries for each operating system. What Cosmopolitan focuses on is fixing C by decoupling it from platforms, so it can be pleasant to use for writing small unix programs that are easily distributed to a much broader audience.

=> https://habr.com/ru/post/680312/ | Элементы языка С, которые являются неподдерживаемыми в языке С++ Там есть очень прикольные хаки в си!

📓 c.md (text) by @ryan

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