Date: Fri, 26 Oct 2012 10:16:30 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Fri, Oct 26 2012 1:16 pm
Subject: Re: avcall, callback, trampoline, vacall, etc
On Oct 26, 5:27 am, Les Cargill <lcargil...@comcast.com> wrote:
> gnuist...@hotmail.com wrote:For starters, I always start with google and wikipedia. I could not
> > Dear Programming Gurus,
> > These concepts are rather well talked about .. over the internet and
> > avcall, callback, trampoline, vacall, etc
> > I looked in a book of C programming, ie k&r and also the rationale for
> > Can anyone give clear definition, example, benefits, variations,
> "Callbacks" are a method of storing pointers to functions
> I'm answering from comp.lang.c so one thing I would start with is to
find any examples.
I am asking here so that you guys can give me whetted and good
there are books on defice driver programming. I need the part that you
> After that, just do plain old callbacks in 'C' - declare...
> //a typedef
> typedef void (*cbtype)(char *);
> // an array of them
> cbtype cbtab;
> // an initializer
> void set_cb(cbtype a,int idx)
> // and reference the callbacks
> void thing(char *s)
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