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Abbreviation for American National Standards Institute (http://www.ansi.org), a standards body in the United States. It is usually used as a qualifier to delineate a particular instance (e.g., ANSI C++ vs. some other C++, ANSI C vs. Borland C, and so on)

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This particular warning is there for a serious reason: That kind of code opens you up to nasty bugs. If you pass a char* to a function that expects a const char*, that's fine. It just means that the …
answered Jul 31 '16 by gnasher729