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from Christoph Hammann (chammann@mac.com)
How embarrassing! I just should have read on a few pages, to where it explicitly says that dos.h is needed for the implementation of Today() and that these examples won't work on *nix systems for lack of this header file. You hint at a different solution for these platforms, but say nothing further on it. It doesn't seem to be as easy as using another standard header file, I've at least seen nothing appropriate in /usr/include/g++. Even B.Stroustrup's book "The C++ programming language" says nothing about it. Can you provide links to further explanations? Is this perhaps covered in your other C++ books?

Bye, Christoph

(posted 7377 days ago)

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