Found this nice article on make at IBM DeveloperWorks – you can read it here.
Also refer this link.
That’s the basic form, the first target is the default target.
Invoking “make -p” prints the internal macros for that make. This time though, I’m not going to try and make notes .. the IBM link is rather good for that.
Saw this on a message board I have started frequenting:
the following code segment gives 233 as against expected 123. Can somebody explain why.
Firstly, ghastly code! I wouldn’t like to hire someone who writes that!
Anyway, the C++ standard states that you cannot modify an object more than once between sequence points – the behaviour is unspecified and compiler dependent.