Many functions from standard C libraries are written up on E2,
and it is not clear to me whether the usage 'functionname'
or 'functionname()' predominates.
Certainly, some functions are written up under both titles.
I prefer the version without the parentheses because
(1) it is nice to be able to link, without using a pipelink,
to a function where it is used in code,
fgets(buf, 255, stdin);
and (2) in some languages other than C,
functions are not referred to using parentheses,
and these other languages often include functions such as printf.
So here is a list of writeups in E2 with () in their titles.
I care most about the network programming functions towards the
end of the list.
Thank you for your time.
Essential C functions
Beej's Guide to Network Programming
1200311 alloca() by ariels → alloca nodeshell
Lord Brawl says: 08Apr06 I've asked ariels for the ok on his.