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=== C standard and GNU extensions ===
=== C standard and GNU extensions ===
It's GNU dialect of C.
It's mostly GNUC.
Variable declarations are like in C90.
Variable declarations are mostly in C90 style and declared at the beginning of code blocks, but declarations after statements are allowed too.
Designated initializers, expression statements, <code>_Exit()</code> and <code>&lt;stdint.h&gt;</code> are used in the code.
Designated initializers, expression statements, <code>_Exit()</code> and <code>&lt;stdint.h&gt;</code> are also used in the code base.

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