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  • SDS

    Simple Dynamic Strings library for C

  • For example, you can use the C language with sds strings (see https://github.com/antirez/sds) if you want to have an easier time with string formatting and don't want to worry about using the famously unsafe string.h functions correctly. You'll still program in ISO C, but just not in the standard library. The same applies to pretty much all parts of the standard library, the only part unsurpassed is pretty much just printf and the math headers (math.h, fenv.h, tgmath.h, complex.h) imo, and the occasional call to exit. A good place to look for libraries if you want to go that route is the awesome-c collection: https://github.com/oz123/awesome-c

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    A curated list of awesome C frameworks, libraries, resources and other shiny things. Inspired by all the other awesome-... projects out there.

  • For example, you can use the C language with sds strings (see https://github.com/antirez/sds) if you want to have an easier time with string formatting and don't want to worry about using the famously unsafe string.h functions correctly. You'll still program in ISO C, but just not in the standard library. The same applies to pretty much all parts of the standard library, the only part unsurpassed is pretty much just printf and the math headers (math.h, fenv.h, tgmath.h, complex.h) imo, and the occasional call to exit. A good place to look for libraries if you want to go that route is the awesome-c collection: https://github.com/oz123/awesome-c

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