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Fortunately, QuickC is an ideal language for building powerful and versatile data structures. In Section 2, we'll explore many techniques for developing useful data structures with QuickC. We'll look at both static data structures—structures that do not change during program execution—and dynamic data structures— structures that can grow and shrink as a program is executed. Designing the best data structure for an application is often the key to programming success. To help you construct both basic and complex data structures, and select the best data structure for an application, this section takes you through the step-by-step process of developing, using, debugging, and modifying data structures.

The important design issue to keep in mind when working with command line driven programs is consistency. Try to select the switch commands so that they mnemonically represent the name of the feature they refer to. Tips on Memory Allocation and Pointers When working with strings or other user-defined data types, it is our responsibility to make sure that memory is allocated, accessed, and de-allocated correctly. Remember that QuickC is both a low-level and high-level language and that we must exercise caution when we use the low-level features of the language such as memory allocation and pointer operations.

The following code illustrates how we can improve the memory allocation call for our character buffer: if ( (buf = malloc(500)) == NULL) { printf ("\nMemory allocation error in function x") ; exit(l) ; } for(i = 0; i < 500; i++) buf++ = *a' ; Note here that we test the return value of the malloc function and if it is NULL, we abort the program. Since all of the QuickC memory allocation functions return a NULL pointer whenever there is not enough requested heap space, this technique will always work for all memory allocation calls.

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