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* #endif, commenting
Comments(line 60)
* --help output
--help(line 6)
* --version output
--version(line 6)
* -Wall compiler option
Syntactic Conventions (line 10)
* accepting contributions
Contributions(line 6)
* address for bug reports
--help(line 11)
* ANSI C standard
Standard C(line 6)
* arbitrary limits on data
Semantics(line 6)
* ASCII characters
Character Set(line 6)
* autoconf
System Portability(line 23)
* avoiding proprietary code
Reading Non-Free Code (line 6)
* behavior, dependent on program's name
User Interfaces(line 6)
* binary packages
Install Command Categories (line 80)
* bindir
Directory Variables(line 54)
* braces, in C source
Formatting(line 6)
* bug reports
--help(line 11)
* canonical name of a program
--version(line 12)
* casting pointers to integers
CPU Portability(line 89)
* CGI programs, standard options for
Command-Line Interfaces (line 31)
* change logs
Change Logs(line 6)
* change logs, conditional changes
Conditional Changes(line 6)
* change logs, style
Style of Change Logs (line 6)
* character set
Character Set(line 6)
* command-line arguments, decoding
Semantics(line 46)
* command-line interface
Command-Line Interfaces (line 6)
* commenting
Comments(line 6)
* compatibility with C and POSIX standards
Compatibility(line 6)
* compiler warnings
Syntactic Conventions (line 10)
* conditional changes, and change logs
Conditional Changes(line 6)
* conditionals, comments for
Comments(line 60)
* configure
Configuration(line 6)
* control-L
Formatting(line 118)
* conventions for makefiles
Makefile Conventions (line 6)
* corba
Graphical Interfaces (line 16)
* credits for manuals
Manual Credits(line 6)
* data types, and portability
CPU Portability(line 6)
* declaration for system functions
System Functions(line 21)
* DESTDIR
DESTDIR(line 6)
* documentation
Documentation(line 6)
* doschk
Names(line 38)
* downloading this manual
Preface(line 17)
* encodings
Character Set(line 6)
* error messages
Semantics(line 19)
* error messages, formatting
Errors(line 6)
* exec_prefix
Directory Variables(line 36)
* expressions, splitting
Formatting(line 81)
* FDL, GNU Free Documentation License
GNU Free Documentation License (line 6)
* file usage
File Usage(line 6)
* file-name limitations
Names(line 38)
* formatting error messages
Errors(line 6)
* formatting source code
Formatting(line 6)
* formfeed
Formatting(line 118)
* function argument, declaring
Syntactic Conventions (line 6)
* function prototypes
Standard C(line 17)
* getopt
Command-Line Interfaces (line 6)
* gettext
Internationalization (line 6)
* gnome
Graphical Interfaces (line 16)
* graphical user interface
Graphical Interfaces (line 6)
* grave accent
Quote Characters(line 6)
* gtk+
Graphical Interfaces (line 6)
* GUILE
Source Language(line 38)
* implicit int
Syntactic Conventions (line 6)
* impossible conditions
Semantics(line 70)
* installations, staged
DESTDIR(line 6)
* internationalization
Internationalization (line 6)
* left quote
Quote Characters(line 6)
* legal aspects
Legal Issues(line 6)
* legal papers
Contributions(line 6)
* libexecdir
Directory Variables(line 67)
* libraries
Libraries(line 6)
* library functions, and portability
System Functions(line 6)
* license for manuals
License for Manuals(line 6)
* lint
Syntactic Conventions (line 109)
* locale-specific quote characters
Quote Characters(line 6)
* long option names
Option Table(line 6)
* long-named options
Command-Line Interfaces (line 12)
* makefile, conventions for
Makefile Conventions (line 6)
* malloc return value
Semantics(line 25)
* man pages
Man Pages(line 6)
* manual structure
Manual Structure Details (line 6)
* memory allocation failure
Semantics(line 25)
* memory usage
Memory Usage(line 6)
* message text, and internationalization
Internationalization (line 29)
* mmap
Mmap(line 6)
* multiple variables in a line
Syntactic Conventions (line 35)
* names of variables, functions, and files
Names(line 6)
* NEWS file
NEWS File(line 6)
* non-ASCII characters
Character Set(line 6)
* non-POSIX systems, and portability
System Portability(line 32)
* non-standard extensions
Using Extensions(line 6)
* NUL characters
Semantics(line 11)
* open brace
Formatting(line 6)
* optional features, configure-time
Configuration(line 92)
* options for compatibility
Compatibility(line 14)
* options, standard command-line
Command-Line Interfaces (line 31)
* output device and program's behavior
User Interfaces(line 13)
* packaging
Releases(line 6)
* PATH_INFO, specifying standard options as
Command-Line Interfaces (line 31)
* portability, and data types
CPU Portability(line 6)
* portability, and library functions
System Functions(line 6)
* portability, between system types
System Portability(line 6)
* POSIX compatibility
Compatibility(line 6)
* POSIXLY_CORRECT, environment variable
Compatibility(line 21)
* post-installation commands
Install Command Categories (line 6)
* pre-installation commands
Install Command Categories (line 6)
* prefix
Directory Variables(line 26)
* program configuration
Configuration(line 6)
* program design
Design Advice(line 6)
* program name and its behavior
User Interfaces(line 6)
* program's canonical name
--version(line 12)
* programming languages
Source Language(line 6)
* proprietary programs
Reading Non-Free Code (line 6)
* quote characters
Quote Characters(line 6)
* README file
Releases(line 21)
* references to non-free material
References(line 6)
* releasing
Managing Releases(line 6)
* sbindir
Directory Variables(line 60)
* signal handling
Semantics(line 59)
* spaces before open-paren
Formatting(line 75)
* staged installs
DESTDIR(line 6)
* standard command-line options
Command-Line Interfaces (line 31)
* standards for makefiles
Makefile Conventions (line 6)
* string library functions
System Functions(line 55)
* syntactic conventions
Syntactic Conventions (line 6)
* table of long options
Option Table(line 6)
* temporary files
Semantics(line 84)
* temporary variables
Syntactic Conventions (line 23)
* texinfo.tex, in a distribution
Releases(line 70)
* TMPDIR environment variable
Semantics(line 84)
* trademarks
Trademarks(line 6)
* where to obtain standards.texi
Preface(line 17)

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