• Subject: RE: Terminating a C Program
  • From: Tim McCarthy <timm@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2000 10:27:08 -0400

> C doesn't have that concept.  The closest you can come is by declaring
> static variables 
> and using a named activation group.  I haven't tried it but since
> named activation 
> groups persist until explicitly destroyed and static variables
> maintain state over 
> invocations the nett result should be the same.
        [Tim McCarthy]  This is correct. So long as your C program runs
in a named activation group and doesn't exit it will "stay resident". 

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