FILE(0), FILE(1), FILE(2) ..... 
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 FILE(0), FILE(1), FILE(2) .....

#include <stdio.h>

  int x;

  for (x=0; x <= 2; x++)
    printf("FILE\(%d\)\n", x);


Now the following will be printed.


|  Lyle Lexier        | There should be no discrimination against any person   |


Sun, 16 Oct 1994 08:47:25 GMT  
 FILE(0), FILE(1), FILE(2) .....


>    printf("FILE\(%d\)\n", x);

Why have you escaped the parentheses?  It isn't ANSI (or, rather, is left
undefined by ANSI, if my memory serves me correctly) and I can't conceive
of a reason why this should be necessary on any non-ANSI system.

Sun, 16 Oct 1994 13:51:05 GMT  
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