I expected there would be more problems :) but if that's the only thing left,
take a look at this page and tell me if you can see the same code there...
it's the same on all the web manuals, but it's possible there's a
browser-ccsid type thing that's cocking it up:


On Wednesday 28 November 2001 23:24, James Rich wrote:
> Well this line:
> >       if ( pdu[0]->pdu_type != pdu_type ) \keyword{return(-2001);
> And this line:
> >       if ( i > 100 /* MAX_NUM... */ ) \keyword{return(-2002);
> Are not valid C code.  I don't know what \keyword{ is supposed to mean.
> Better check that you copied this correctly.
> Besides that, the code that you sent has other problems as well.  It
> doesn't #include enough stuff and has some function declarations missing.
> I fixed those problems but I can't get around \keyword{.  If I knew what
> that was for I would send you the fixed code.
> James Rich
> james@eaerich.com
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